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On March 12 , the spreading of the blisters stopped . The itching as well. The fever has stopped, too. The vesicles on her face began to darken and crust over . The rest of her body still bore fresh blisters. We found it strange that the blisters were not simultaneously healing. But no new blisters appeared, thank God. I upgraded her to CEFACLOR, though, since we thought her recovery was too slow. We suspect she's immune to cefalexin (first generation). We had her on cefaclor for a total of 8 days. We didn't have enough money for the full 10-day oral antibiotic therapy.