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    bellalove25 posted:
    My daughter is 2 years old about a week ago she had an ear infection and the doctor prescribed her amoxicilin and pain and fever meds like ibuprofen. Later she developed blisters on her mouth and her gums swelled I wondered if it was hands mouth and foot disease but she never developed bumps on her hands and feet. Could it be possible that her gums swelled because of the fever she had? Help!!
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    kay_kay75 responded:
    It could be an allergy to the Amoxicillin, my sister and father are both allergic so I have to watch my daughter very closely.


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