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What Are Hives Really How Does The Body Make Them Go Away Or Shrink Away
Hives: More rarely they can be a part of hereditary respose involving the complement system and do not itch generally in that case.See 1 more doctor answer
Broke out into hives, maybe 40 over body. Its been 2 days. Should I be worried and see a Dr? Or just take OTC allergy meds and it should go away?
Depends on trigger: Urticaria (hives) is common, affecting up to 20% of the population. Acute hives is defined as periodic outbreaks of red, raised itchy lesions that resolve within 6 weeks. Common viral and bacterial infections can trigger an outbreak, however medications, foods, and insect stings can also cause acute hives but have the potential to lead to more serious complications.
I'm 7 weeks pregnant and suddenly developed horrible hives all over my arms and legs.. Do they go away after my body is use to the hormone change?
Possibly: Pregnancy can cause all sorts of hormonal and other changes. Cetirizine and Loratadine are pregnancy class b, so these can be safely used during the pregnancy if the hives do not resolve on their own within a short period of time. Your OB and allergist can work together to help in this circumstance.See 1 more doctor answer
Are hives in children dangerous if they are occurring on the face for long periods of time and the zyrtec (cetirizine) does not make them go away?
Antihistamines: Over-the-counter non-sedating antihistamines like Allegra, Claritin, or Zyrtec are helpful for persistent hives while sedating antihistamine like Benadryl (diphenhydramine) can be helpful to resolve hives quickly. If you have persistent hive reactions consider being seen by an Allergist for further treatment and evaluation. There are many triggers of hives so determining right trigger is important moving forward.
Antihistamine, other: If someone's hives are caused by allergies, seeing an allergist for tests, and avoiding the allergen is the way to go. If someone's hives r of "no obvious causes" type, antihistamines r safe and effective ways to alleviate symptoms. U can start w zyrtec or allegra (fexofenadine). The treatment should be directed by an allergist or ur family doctor.
Antihistamines...: ... Generally treat the hives and the itchiness the best, but the best way to handle this is to find out what's causing the hives so you don't get them in the first place, and get an optimal treatment regimen if you simply cannot prevent them. See an allergist.
Usually under 6 wk.: In about 80% of hive cases they resolve within 6 wk. If the hives last longer then about 80% of those cases resolve within 1 yr. Treatment with antihistamines can control the hives until they resolve on their own. Consult your pediatrician to confirm diagnosis and get treatment.
See allergist: If they have been present for less than 6 weeks, try taking antihistamine up to 4 times a day (much higher than the average dose). If they are getting worse or have been present for more than 6 weeks. Consult an allergist.
It depends. : Hives may last from hours to years. If you have hives for over 6 weeks then you are classified as having chronic hives and the average duration of hives may even be about a year.
See your Doc: Hives can be very annoying and distressing to deal with. For hives that persist or are particularly troublesome one should consider see a physician who is interested in this problem -- typically an allergist. One should expect a thorough history and examination to be done. Depending upon the history obtained you may or may not be skin tested or have blood work done.
I keep getting these randome hives that comes, itch like crazy and then go away. What could it be?
Quick overview: Acute hives lasting <6 weeks: food or drug allergy, viral or streptococcal infections. Chronic hives >6 weeks: common: idiopathic & autoimmune; rare: parasites, malignancy, mastocytosis, food allergy. Physical urticaria: due to increased mast cell fragility: dermatographism (literally skin writing), pressure, delayed pressure, vibration, cold, hot, sunlight. If answer not obvious see an allergist.See 1 more doctor answer
Sure, i've heard of hives. But now that my child may have it, I want to know what it really does to the body.?
Hives: Usually just uncomfortable and sometimes unsightly. Most times hives will burn out, never to return. Sometimes they fester or will come & go intermittently. Antihistamines are best for suppression. Long term side effects from hives are not something to worry about. If you are worried, definitely see an allergist to test for what might be the causative factor to get it treated.See 1 more doctor answer
After taking my shower i break out in hives this started about 10 days ago some days thire real bad other days light they go away in 3-4 hours?
I have hives all over my body but they only get this bad when i go to work. I only get a few or none when im at home. As soon i start doing some physi?
? Chronic urticaria: May be also physical urticaria, or something at work that triggers your symptoms, stress can, keep taking a second generation antihistamine regularly if you're already taking it as needed, or start an OTC one, unless contraindicate. See an allergist/ dermatologist, check aaaai.org or acaai.org for an allergist in your area, good luck
It depends: Hives that areresult of taking penicillin usually resolve in less than a week. However, if you have developed a more severe allergic reaction, lesions may stay longer and may require treatment with anti-histamines and sometimes corticosteroids ("cortisone"). If otc antihstamines such as Cetirizine or Loratadine haven't helped, see a physician.
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