Medication Side Effect

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Hello,

I am currently taking Keflex for a UTI.  I also started taking Osphena this past Monday for vaginal atrophy and Toviaz for incontinence.  This morning I woke up with red patches on my face!!  I am wondering if anyone had this reaction taking any of these drugs.  Thank you.

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    Mary Ann,

    Have you ever taken Keflex before?  I am allergic to it and break out in hives.  Do your red patches look like hives?

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      Hi Lorrie,

      I do no think it is hives.  The red patches on just on my face.  I think it may be the new hormone drug, Osphena.  If it continues, I will call my Dr.  

      Thanks for your response.

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    Does sound like hives. Have you read the side effects in the leaflets for the medications.
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      Hi Suki ,

      I do not think it is hives.  I have red patches just on my face.  I did read the leaflets and it looks like the Osphena may be causing this.  I do not want to stop taking it since my Dr. really believes it can help with the atrophy.  As always, thank for your response.  If it gets worse, I will call my Dr.

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    Side effects:

    diarrhea,

    dizziness,

    tiredness,

    headache,

    stomach upset,

    abdominal pain,

    joint pain,

    vaginal itching or discharge,

    nausea,

    vomiting,

    itching,

    swelling, and

    rash.

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