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Exercising With Hives
Read few cases of exercise induced anaphylaxis for ppl with cholinergic hives. I have his type of hives. Cant affrd epipen (epinephrine). still ok to exercise?
Exercise induced: Anaphylaxis is often associated with ingestion of certain foods prior to exercise, such as green vegetables. What can be common in cholinergic urticaria and exercise induced anaphylaxis is probably activation by heat, still both have complex mechanisms. Benadryl (diphenhydramine) before exercise, avoid exercising in hot/humid environment, and right after meals,air-conditioned gym would be better,don't overdo it, ...Read more
My Father is experiencing fever (better by: with fluids, rest) (worsened by: dehydration (fluid loss), exercise or physical activity) (severity: moderate) , shaking hands or tremor, difficulty walking and hiccups.
Struggling with the fatigue that goes with fibromyalgia. Any pointers apart from exercising and diet?
Workup for fatigue: Since we don't know what mechanism's behind the fatigue in fibromyalgia it's hard to propose a good treatment. The best advice to give would be to make sure your doctor has considered ALL OTHER CAUSES OF FATIGUE of which there is a long list of possibilities. So, a full workup for fatigue should be performed before assuming it's the fibro. Let me know if you'd like a 1-1 consult. ...Read more
Does cholinergic urticaria increase risk of anaphylaxis from oral allergy syndrome and exercise (with and without ingesting OAS causing fruits)?
Different mechanisms: Cholinergic urticaria is different from oral allergy syndrome or exercise induced anaphylaxis. At any rate, if anybody has any of these conditions, using antihistamines and keeping an Epipen (epinephrine) handy is a wise thing to do. Have an evaluation by an allergist for better control, best wishes ...Read more
I work out with healthy eating and long walks, at home workouts. Also changing your eating habit help with unknown nausea?
Nausea: I commend you for “healthy eating and long walks and at home workouts” Nausea can be due to stress, excessive Alcohol use, intolerance to some foods, overeating, medications, infection, Gall bladder disease, or ulcer. Consider eating less, eating slow and avoiding Alcohol. When you have nausea drink ginger ale, use Breathing and Music relaxation. See Physician for diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
Can consuming vitamin C help with itching and breathing difficulties acquired from shellfish allergy reaction?
Not enough: Shellfish allergy can be life-threatening, especially if you have breathing difficulties when you eat it. Taking vitamin c is not enough to guarantee that you will prevent a reaction. If you have a shellfish allergy, you should not eat it at all. It's also a good idea to see a doctor about this allergy and make sure you don't have others. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hives: Your reaction is very common and can potentially lead to anaphylaxis, it is called exercise induced anaphylaxis. You need to avoid eating for two hours before or after exercise to avoid such reactions, and have an Epipen (epinephrine) handy. Plus never exercise alone, like jogging after dinner. ...Read more
Nausea and diarrhea with nervousness while going on a road trip related with stress and anxiousness ?
Sever articaria everyday when each any thing salty or spicy with redness skin and short breathing always like this her monophiles 12.2-Eosinophilis0.9?
4+mo w lrg patches w intense itching, esp at night, of hives which spread from scalp to legs. Otc allergy meds not helpful. Night sweats w fatigue.
Time to see HCP: Hives lasting more than 6 weeks are considered chronic and require a few lab tests to be certain that they are not a symptom of a more serious internal condition. Your primary care provider can perform this workup. Until then make sure that you are taking enough otc allergy medications. Allegra 180 mg, Claritin 10 mg and zyrtec 10 mg are longer-acting & often more effective than benadryl (diphenhydramine). ...Read more
Intense itching from increased body temperature. few small bumps. no wheel flare. Profuse sweating history. Miliara Rubra or cholinergic urticaria?
Can fat loss create sickness through toxin release? I am currently dieting and exercising and noticing itchy welts developing on extremities.
Not really.: Exercise can cause "cholinergic uritcaria." but this usually occurs after exercise and does not persists for more than a few hours. Your diet would not causes this unless you are ingesting a food you have mild allergies to, which previously was not eaten. Otherwise, this may be unrelated and a completely new issue. Try some otc zantac (ranitidine) 75mg twice daily with one geexneric zyrtec 10mg/day. See your d. ...Read more
Allergist dx constant flat rashes neck, arms, are from choligenic urticaria, the heat from exercise and a mix of detergent reaction. Says try zyrtec (cetirizine)?
Urticaria: It's difficult to tell if you truly have cholinergic urticaria from your description. Usually urticaria is raised. But some people have what is called dermatographia which causes flat red hot skin especially when stressed, touched or hot. In either condition Zyrtec (cetirizine) should help ...Read more
My palms itch profusely after contact with a cold or even cool surface. No hives or rash develop. Rest of body experiences no such reaction to cold.
Cold Urticaria: Cold urticaria (ur-tih-KAR-e-uh) is an allergy to cold temperatures. With cold urticaria, exposure to cold temperatures causes redness, itching, swelling and hives on the skin that has been in contact with the cold. As much as possible, people with cold urticaria should avoid exposure to cold air and cold water. You can try antihistamines. ...Read more
Can someone with skin-only reactions to nsaids be desensitized to them? I get mild hives, but no resp breathing or swelling symptoms.
Probably not: An allergist might be able to desensitize you. ...Read more
Shortness of breath with minimal exertion activities, not a problem when exercising. Suffer from migraines and GERD. Early 20's and otherwise healthy.
Graduated exertion: If shortness of breath is due to a pathologic process (aka "disease"), it progressively worsens with increasing severity of exercise. If I understand you, you become breathless early on but, when you exercise more, it gets better or at least doesn't interfere (?) - to me, that suggests a "warm-up" phenomenon. This is physiologic, not pathologic (aka "normal). Increasing fitness should alleviate it ...Read more
No rash. No hives. Itch so deep in hands and feet. Only at night. Extreme heat and extreme cold relieves it. no psoriasis eczema or allergy. Help me?
See doctor: Itching is a more complex issue than just something caused by histamine release. Nonetheless it does not hurt to try an antihistamine up to 4 x daily (higher than usual) to see if it helps. If not,you will need to consult a dermatologist or allergist . There are many approaches to find out and treat an itchy disorder which something we allergists see regularly. ...Read more
My Daughter is experiencing fatigue, fever (better by: rest) (worsened by: exercise or physical activity) (severity: mild) , vomiting and skin ras...
Concerning: You did not mention how old your daughter is. The diagnoses of individuals with these complaints may vary based on the age of the patient. Inflammatory or autoimmune diseases need to be ruled out. There are many different conditions that can have these symptoms that it is impossible to list them in this short note. She needs to see a primary physician who could direct you to specialists if needed ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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