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Abdominal pain and hives after anaphalaxis

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My 14 y.o.son had a severe reaction tonight after eating a cookie that had peanut butter in it. We gave him epi on route to hospital where they administered more epi, benadryl, corticosteroids, etc. 5 hours later after another dose of benadryl and a ventolin neb. We were released. He now has extreme abdominal pain and is nauseous and also has hives and redness all over his body. I still have another hour before I am supposed to give him another dosing of benadryl...but am worried about these symptoms and that the reaction is reoccurring...is it normal to have these symptoms??

By smithdcrk on Aug 10, 2014

Go back to the ER. Doc just told my daughter that stomach cramping is a symptom she should take seriously.