Contact your doctor/dermatologist ask your pharmacist- I do not know how long it stays in your bloodstream... drink plenty of fluids.
In the meantime contact your pharmacist and ask about otc meds for the itching.
See that you are not allergic to any.
A variety of over-the-counter and prescription anti-itch drugs are available. Some plant products have been found to be effective anti-pruritics, others not. Non-chemical remedies include cooling, warming, soft stimulation.
Topical antipruritics in the form of creams and sprays are often available over-the-counter. Oral anti-itch drugs also exist and are usually prescription drugs. The active ingredients usually belong to the following classes:
Antihistamines such as diphenhydramine (Benadryl)
Corticosteroids such as hydrocortisone topical cream,
Local anesthetics such as benzocaine topical cream (Lanacane)
Counterirritants, such as mint oil, menthol, or camphor
Crotamiton (trade name Eurax) is an antipruritic agent available as a cream or lotion often used to treat scabies.-
Have a good weekend and good luck
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