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My stepdaughter has a rash on her face and is now on her upper torso, it's doesn't appear to be hives or 5th disease. What else can it be?
No itch? No allergy.: That about sums it up. Allergic rashes hives, eczema & contact dermatitis itch. A lot. If this rash doesn't it's not one of those. No itching also rules out chickenpox. Streptococcal infections, viral infections, sun poisoning, solar photosensitivity, all come to mind. They say a picture is worth a 1000 words. Why not make an appointment and show that rash to a physician? (photo of sun poisoning). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Are Hives common for Stills disease? I'm currently having some; also taking an auto-immune suppresser (embrel)
What autoimmune disease causes hives? My friend has been getting hive and the allergic doc she went to did blood work so far.
How common is Chronic Urticaria w/Celiac Disease? Was diagnosis w/Celiac almost 2 yrs ago but hives just started a week ago & only on areas in the sun.
Uncommon: The two issues are likely unrelated.Get a more detailed answer ›
"out of the clear blue" I have started coughing with terribleitching from head to toe. There are no rash or hives. Can I have Crohn's disease and RA ?
I am breaking out in hives from requip (ropinirole) for Parkinson's disease, will other dopamine agonists give me hives?
I have hives, joint aches, extreme coldness and fatigue....do I have an autoimmune disease? I am a 31 year old female who is extremely active
?: The symptoms you listed can just be due to viral illness, or a reaction to a medication you are on or received lately, or something else more common than an autoimmune disorder, given that you sound healthy otherwise, kindly visit your doctor, present your concerns, it is much easier to rule out an autoimmune disease than to confirm it, wish you wellness, ...Read more
My 59 year old husband has degenerative disc disease. He has had an MRI and an emg done and has been prescribed opiates for years. Now constant recurring hives, numbness in both legs, and back spasms have developed. What should I do?
Causes of hives: Hives may be caused by drug allergies or reactions including opiates or due to autoimmune disease. It is likely they are not directly related to the back issues. An allergist can act as a detective and help you sort out possible causes and offer treatment and or avoidance of the offending agent. I'd recommend you find local allergist certified by the am board of allergy on aaaai.Org website. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Does this happen a lot after lap. Surgeries?#nqlu i kept going back to the doctor's office after the lap. Gallbladder removal surgery with hives, cough, diahrea, mild infections(sinus, skin), and feeling fogged in.I even went to an infectious disease doct
Strongyloides: You need to see an infectious diseases expert and be fully evaluated. Some of these symptoms may be related to reactions to medications you may have received in conjunction with the surgery. Many may be related to strongyloidiasis, an uncommon but easily diagnosed and treated illness which can affect the gallbladder and be spread to elsewhere from there. Go back and talk to that id doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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