Celestamine is a powerful and long acting cortisone medicine called betamethasone which has the potential to suppress your baby's adrenal glands. With Celestamine the betamethasone is combined with an old fashioned antihistamine called Polaramine or chlorphenaramine which is not permitted for children under 2 years.
Your baby's egg and milk allergy levels are rather high and it would be a good idea to try her on a milk free diet. This includes the absolute avoidance of all dairy products including yoghurt. Do not give her any egg.Read all food labels carefully.
Starting her on Zyrtec is a good idea and the dose seems right.
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