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What Can I Do For My Itchy Urticaria Without Going To A Doctor
I've had itchy hives that atarted on my neck and spread to jaw, face, and stomach. Benadryl doesn't work. Er doctor said hives but they arent going away?
See your doctor: Firstly, are you sure that what you have are hives? If what you have are hives, you may also take h2blockers (histamine receptor 2 blockers) such as zantac, pepcid, or tagamet in addition to your h1blocker such as benadryl. If your "hives" persist and this is a new condition, then you may need to have tests performed to make sure there are no internal or other causes for this itchy rash. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have reoccurring hives I don't know if I should see a doctor about it and I have very itchy skin ?
My doctor gave me prednisone 20mg daily for my itchy hives, can I still take my nightly doxepin and daily claritin 10mg?
2 yr old had amoxicillin reaction, hives and itchy puffy rash. Doctor perscribed omnicef in its place. Is this a safe alternative for my daughter?
Hi I am in need of answers to this rash I have somehow contracted. I went to the doctor and he told me it was Pitryasis Rosea. It covers my stomach,neck, and chest. It has now spread to my arms and thighs. It is very itchy, looks like big and small hives.
Hives have been bothering me over a month. Appear and disappear everyday and everywhere. Itchy. Allergy or stores? When is the timing to see doc?
Now: your symptoms are bothersome enough to affect your life, so better see your doctor who may refer you to an allergist, meanwhile you may want to take OTC fexofenadine, cetirizine or loratadine on regular basis till you see your doctor, read the labels carefully. Chronic urticaria is not uncommon, usually has no reason, but can be controlled after ruling out other hidden possible causes, best of luck ...Read more
Hives treatable: Hives are itchy, raised, red areas on skin ranging from pin point to many inches in diameter and lasting from a few minutes up to 24 hr and clearig without residual skin changes. If they recur for several days and there is no apparent cause then an allergic cause is very rare. One or more antihistamines in high doses will usually control hives and if not, see allergist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Itchy hives 4 4 mths! Tried Zyrtec D, loratadine, claratin, telfast D, atarax, Predisone, dermasone, elomet, malathion lotion. Doc stumped. Help! ?
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