OK - probably back in the beginning of October my five year old showed up with hives all over her body. She had gotten really hot - so we had thought it was a reaction from the clothes. No fever. No itching. I put some cortisone on her and we went to bed. The next day I gave her Benedryl in the AM. Sunday night we were in the ER - they said it was an allergic reaction to something. We followed up with her regular doctor and he said it was an allergic reaction to something. We followed up with a visit to an allergist who classified it as "hives of unknown origin." Something she was touching. Not ingesting. She gave her some daily meds to take. THEN the baby showed up with it a month later - BAD. I pulled the Downey and switched bath soaps. She still seems to have it - but I may not have gotten all her clothes washed in Dreft rinsed free of Downey. My question is has anyone had this problem with Tide or Downey?Answer Question
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