Allergic skin reaction effect of Doxy

We have 70 consumer reports for Doxycycline. Allergic skin reaction effect occurred in 6%.

Patients statistics on Allergic skin reaction side effect for Doxycycline


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Doxy Circle Diagram 4 consumers of 70 reported about Allergic skin reaction

  1. Geraldine R. Perdue says:
    3.0 rating

    Doxycycline for Borreliose

    For the treatment of a borellia infection after a mosquito bite on the Rhine, Doxy-M-Ratiopharm (high dosage, once a day) was initially prescribed. After a few days, especially in the abdominal region, a skin rash occurred (small reddish spots, itching – no loss of income). After 10 days, therefore, the antibiotic was changed to amoxycillin. The rash on the belly disappeared, but now a strong whiplash-like rash on the legs. Focus of the rash thigh front (runs mainly from the outside top to the inside bottom), slightly lower at the inside and back, also slightly lower at the bottom and again strong at the back of the knees and an isolated spot on the lower legs. The insect bite was seen in the upper third of the left calf (puncture site 3 weeks after the sting, but rash disappeared due to borellia infection). Suffice it to say that I also respond to erythromycin and acetomycin with skin rash in the abdominal region. I can not say anything about the progress of the rash after completion of the therapy.

    Side effects: Allergic skin reaction
  2. Jayne R. Oster says:
    2.0 rating

    Doxycycline for Borreliose

    Doxy-M is well tolerated despite autoimmune diseases and previously damaged liver, with only a slight, temporary deterioration in visual performance. Complaints have occurred in o.g. Combination after repeated administration (shorter period) over months very, much improved. Clinda brought stomach problems and bitter taste. Relapse after about 7 months. Thereafter, unfortunately, with repeated treatment only a quick recovery, rashes under Clinda.

    Side effects: Allergic skin reaction