My daughter gets the injections and she doesn't have bad reactions like you but she does get a bit of swelling around her injection site (about the size of a silver dollar) plus a super sore arm. I called her allergist and she told me that her body can be reacting to the allergens around her and that the injections can make her more sensitive. She will have a red sore arm for nearly 6 days, then it clears just in time to have another injection. I'm wondering if maybe you took Benedryl before these drops that it would help? It's good that you are going in for a 2nd opinion. I am not sure about flushing out the allergens but maybe you can try green tea? This is an antioxident and usually when I drink green tea, I feel better all around.
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