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Dear customer, I would like to tell you that your son is apparently experiencing a condition called pharmacoderma characterized by these spots that your son has, sometimes triggered by the ingestion of drugs to which the patient is allergic, the antibiotics he ingested have likely generated this allergy. Although antihistamines are the treatment of choice in these cases, you must keep in mind that it may also be necessary for specific drugs that help modulate the immune system, as in the case of Montelukast; for this reason, I would like you to discuss with your child's doctor to study the best therapeutic strategy for your child. I would like you to talk to your family doctor to explore the best therapeutic process for your son. In fact, there are also autologous vaccines that are made with the same blood of the patient through which specific substances are extracted from the blood to be processed and injected back into the body and help them fight this immune hyperreactivity that is experienced which indeed is what is triggering these hives in different parts of the body; I hope this information has been helpful to at least guide you in this regard, I would like you to keep me updated on the situation of your son, I will be happy to assist and guide you in everything I can.