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Doctor insights on: Symptoms Of Cholinergic Crisis

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Does having more % body fat worsen symptoms of cholinergic urticaria?

Does having more % body fat worsen symptoms of cholinergic urticaria?

Yes: It'll itch in your folds. There are many, far better reasons to trim down, as well. Hit the gym, get fitness-focused friends, get used to the idea of eating only to satisfy real genuine hunger, and you'll have the body that a 22 year old guy should. You can do it. Best wishes. ...Read more

Cholinergic (Definition)

Cholinergic typically refers to acetylcholine in the neurological sense. The parasympathetic nervous system, which uses acetylcholine almost exclusively to send its messages, is said to be almost entirely cholinergic. Neuromuscular junctions, preganglionic neurons of the sympathetic nervous system, the basal forebrain, and brain stem ...Read more


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I have cholinergic urticaria. Histamines don't work. With every single physicle exercise the symptoms got worse. What should I do? Please help me

I have cholinergic urticaria. Histamines don't work. With every single physicle exercise the symptoms got worse. What should I do? Please help me

Immunologist: I would recommend you see a board certified immunologist, they probably would not be they allergy shot type bu a clinical immunologist. It is your mast cells releasing histamine, possibly a drug that is a mast smell stabilizer would help you. ...Read more

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Is stinging a normal symptom for cholinergic urticaria when you get warm to hot? It is very painful at its worst.

Is stinging a normal symptom for cholinergic urticaria when you get warm to hot? It is very painful at its worst.

No: cholinergic urticaria shows up as small itchy bumps and not painful ones usually subsiding within hours. Need to see a dermatologist to find out the cause for your problem especially if there are painful blisters present. ...Read more

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How can I get rid of clozapine drug without withdrawal symptoms and cholinergic rebound?

How can I get rid of clozapine drug without withdrawal symptoms and cholinergic rebound?

Taper gradually.: Depending on your dosage, your doctor can taper you gradually and safely. You will not have typical withdrawal symptoms like the opiates. ...Read more

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Can I tell me how I can get rid of clozapine drug without withdrawal symptoms and cholinergic rebound?

Under physician: Control with lowering the Clozaril (clozapine) no more quickly than 50 mg per week. Best wishes. ...Read more

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Can cholinergic utricaria come because of chicken pox? Because after 2 weeks of CP am getting symptoms of CU

Can cholinergic utricaria come because of chicken pox? Because after 2 weeks of CP am getting symptoms of CU

Rash with heat: This is a rash provoked by heat. It can occur for many rason but I am not aware of a relaionship to chicken pox. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: cholinergic?

What is the definition or description of: cholinergic?

See below: Cholinergic typically refers to acetylcholine in the neurological sense. The parasympathetic nervous system, which uses acetylcholine almost exclusively to send its messages, is said to be almost entirely cholinergic. Neuromuscular junctions, preganglionic neurons of the sympathetic nervous system, the basal forebrain, and brain stem complexes are also cholinergic. ...Read more

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What are the things should I follow and avoid for cholinergic utricaria?

What are the things should I follow and avoid for cholinergic utricaria?

Use antihistamine: Zyrtec.........cetirizine 10mg is best. Begin at 1 a day. If needed, can try 2 or 3 a day. Watch out because about 10% of people get sleepy with this and will change to loratadine or fexofenadine. ...Read more

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Is Cholinergic Urticaria dangerous?

Is Cholinergic Urticaria dangerous?

No: Cholinergic urticaria (CU) is one of the physical urticaria (commonly referred to as hives), which is provoked during sweating events. Sometimes, this can be called a "heat rash." by some doctors. This is not a dangerous condition. ...Read more

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Why are adrenergic blockers used to treat hypertension instead of cholinergics?

Why are adrenergic blockers used to treat hypertension instead of cholinergics?

Raises Blood Pressur: Because they do not reduce Blood Pressure like the Adrenergic Alpha and Beta Blockers
Anticholinergics are actually contraindicated in Hypertension as these drugs can raise the Blood Pressure ...Read more

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What is the treatment for chronic cholinergic hives?

What is the treatment for chronic cholinergic hives?

Stay cool.: If you have cholinergic urticariia you get tiny hives that grow & merge when skin temperature increases. This occurs with hot showers, hot weather, exercise & fever. Cooler showers, air conditioning, & tylenol (acetaminophen) for fevers will help. All antihistamines are useful but the best is thought to be periactin (cyproheptidine). In difficult cases I add Neurontin (gabapentin). Be prepared to be drowsy. ...Read more

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Daughter had something like cholinergic urticaria? What is that?

Daughter had something like cholinergic urticaria? What is that?

Heat Assoc Hives: Cholinergic urticaria is a type of hives brought on by heat inducing stimuli. Meaning, it causes small 2-3 mm hive-like bumps symmetrically on the body after something is done to increase the body's core temperature. Exercise, hot weather, spicy foods, and alcohol can all bring on an episode. It usually happens in young people, and is rare in the elderly. The hives are very itchy. ...Read more

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Is cholinergic urtciaria usually seasonal? Does it go away in the colder seasons?

Is cholinergic urtciaria usually seasonal? Does it go away in the colder seasons?

Not necessarily: Cholinergic urticaria can flare in hot humid weather, but can also flare with exercise, as well as stress - either mental or physical stress. ...Read more

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How to releive from itching and prickling due to cholinergic utricaria? Kindly help me. Itching is torturing me a lot.

Cholinergic urticari: At times can be difficult to control, at any rate you need to avoid triggers that would induce sweating, as much as you can e.g. exercise in warm weather, spicy foods, hot baths, . etc. Then you need to take the prescribed medications on regular basis not only as needed, medications can be antihistamines (different forms), or combination medicines. Kindly follow up with an experienced dermatologist ...Read more

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How to get cholinergic urticaria disease?

Urticaria: I assume you are asking for the cause of it, it is secondary to unstable mast cells in the skin and are triggered by contact with water. It is benign but annoying. ...Read more

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Do you know if acetylcholine is considered an agonist for the cholinergic receptors?

Do you know if acetylcholine is considered an agonist for the cholinergic receptors?

Terminology: Why are cholinergic receptors called cholinergic receptors? You can apply acetyl choline to cholinergic receptors and see the physiologic changes. ...Read more

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Is dermatografism and cholinergic urticaria an allergy condition?

Is dermatografism and cholinergic urticaria an allergy condition?

Not really: These conditions can overlap or can be separate entities that involve hives. The immune cells that release histamine and other mediators that promote hives are triggered by non-allergic triggers (mechanical disruption of the skin or by heat, respectively). Thus, it is allergy in the sense that experts in understanding this part of the immune system treat these conditions, but no allergic antibody ...Read more

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Are anti-histamines considered anti-cholinergics? What about ventolin for asthma, is that anti-cholinergic?

Are anti-histamines considered anti-cholinergics? What about ventolin for asthma, is that anti-cholinergic?

Neither are, really.: Ventolin is albuterol...A sympathetic nervous system stimulant that causes airways to dilate. Anti-histamines are not anticholinergic, per se, but in high doses or in the elderly they can cause some of the same neurological symptoms as anticholinergics. Most newer antihistamines are not a problem though, because they penetrate the brain less well - which is why they don't make you drowsy. ...Read more