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Can you share a picture of your rash? After how many days of starting the tablets you got the rash?
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Respected customer, thanks a lot for your input, and thanks again for visiting justanswer.com! A great place where you can find guidance and/or solution from real experts. I am sorry to hear about your problem. I am going to address your primary concern but later you can ask anything you want. Even I would get tense in this situation. The rash that you have shown has nothing to do with the anti-anxiety pills. In cases of drug reactions, the rash should appear immediately after taking the pills. This is nothing more than a skin allergy. Using antihistamine is ok but you need to apply over-the-counter available hydrocortisone cream twice daily for 2 weeks and even ask your doctor for the steroid pills. As far as Lymphoma is concerned, you don't need to even think about that. I reassure you and promise you that. You should ask your doctor to reconsider your anxiety medicine as it was supposed to help you in the initial 3 weeks. Don't worry and avoid google.
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You need to get the taper first and then go on the other medicine. You are welcome dear, respected, and valuable customer. Your satisfaction is my prime goal. Have we discussed everything that you wanted? Thank you for choosing justanswer.com. Have a good day. Please remember to add me to your favorite doctor. Regards
Taper means to decrease the dose of fluoxetine and then get your medicines changed.
Yes, but to stop it, your doctor should still decrease the dose or he can increase the dose if want you to be on the same drug.
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