What happens when you’re allergic to drugs

Drugs that are a common source of allergies are anti-inflammatory medicines and antibiotics; however, any type of drug can result in an allergic reaction. — AZMAN GHANI/The Star

Have you ever had a rash and itchiness on your skin, swelling on your face, or difficulty of breathing, after eating something?

If so, you may have an allergy.

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