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What happens when u brake out in hives?

What happens when u brake out in hives?

Usually : It is caused by mediators such as histamine released by mast cells and basophils in your tissue. ...Read more

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Dr. Ihab Ibrahim
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Hives (Definition)

An outbreak of red bumps or wheals that appear quickly after exposure to certain allergens (foods, medications, other substances). They can vary in size, are itchy, can burn, and can last for up to ...Read more


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I brake out in hives in hot temperatures, why?

I brake out in hives in hot temperatures, why?

Physical urticaria: Are a set of conditions where mast cells release histamine & other biochemical mediators in response to physical stimuli rather than illness or allergy. Cholinergic urticaria is the name for hives triggered when the skin or the body get hot. Sweating, exercise, fever, hot showers may trigger hives. Other physical urticaria triggers include cold, pressure, vibration, even sunlight. ...Read more

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I brake out in hives after being in sea water. Don't happen in any other kind of water just sea water. As soon as i come out of the water im coverd.

I brake out in hives after being in sea water. Don't happen in any other kind of water just sea water. As soon as i come out of the water im coverd.

Urticaria: I wonder if the salt water is also cold water like the ocean and if so you may be having what is called cold urticaria. The urticaria or hives will occur as the skin warms up. It will be itchy and red and raised up and often circular. For help you may want to see an allergist or dermatologist. ...Read more

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When I drink whiskey I brake out in hives. Why is that? Should I be worried?

When I drink whiskey I brake out in hives. Why is that? Should I be worried?

See an Allergist: An IgE immune response to whiskey would be quite rare, but possible. Rye allergy (reaction would occur with many beers also), or sensitivity to an additive would be expected. Alcohol itself decreases threshold for histamine release, which would explain hives for non-allergic person. Important to determine the cause as treatment strategy (and knowing what else to look out for) varies. ...Read more

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I have itchy palms and feet... And i brake out in hives.. Wat is going on its been going on for a min?

I have itchy palms and feet... And i brake out in hives.. Wat is going on its been going on for a min?

Hives: Hives can be very itchy and can occur anywhere on the body. Sometimes itchy palms and soles of the feet can be a precursor to a more severe allergic reaction. There are many triggers for hives. It can help to take a photo of the rash and see your doctor to try to identify the trigger. ...Read more

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Everytime me and my boyfriend have sex I brake out in hives on my face real bad. Why is that?

Everytime me and my boyfriend have sex I brake out in hives on my face real bad. Why is that?

Hard to tell: Lots of things can contribute to that - both conditions specific to you, such as how you react to heat, blood pressure, or the changes in the nervous system during orgasm, to things specific to your boyfriend such as the proteins on the surface of his sperm, or trace amounts of medications he may be taking that are present in his ejaculate. You need to see an allergist to help figure this out. ...Read more

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I have a leaky previously burst baker's cyst. Now whenever I am active I brake out in hives lasting a couple hours. Worried about endemic inflamatio?

I have a leaky previously burst baker's cyst.  Now whenever I am active I brake out in hives lasting a couple hours.  Worried about endemic inflamatio?

Unrelated: The bakers cyst is unrelated to the problem with hives. One type of hives that is primarily associated with exercise or increased body heat is cholinerfic urticaria. Any type of hives may worsen with exercise or heat however. See your doctor or an allergist for evaluation. ...Read more

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I haven't been diagnosed with a peanut allergy, but every time I smell or get near any peanut or nut product, my throat gets itchy, and I feel hot as if I were running a fever, I brake out in hives and my throat starts to close up If do take Benadryl rig

I haven't been diagnosed with a peanut allergy, but every time I smell or get near any peanut or nut product, my throat  gets itchy, and I feel hot as if I were running a fever, I brake out in hives and my throat starts to close up If do take Benadryl rig

Allergy: This is consistent with severe life-threatening peanut allergy. It is not uncommon for allergic patients to experience symptoms with inhaled allergen alone and this is predictive of heightened severity of reactions with ingestion. Confirm with an Allergist. Carrying an epipen at all times would be highly recommended. Do not rely on Benadryl (diphenhydramine) alone. ...Read more

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My body breaks out in hives after a shower everytime. None of my family members have this happen. I have changed all shower products also.

Urticaria: A rise in core body temperature resulting in sweating causes the rash in cholinergic urticaria. Common triggers include: Exercise Hot baths/showers Fever Occlusive dressings Eating spicy foods Emotional stress http://www.dermnetnz.org/topics/cholinergic-urticaria/ ...Read more

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With my boyfriend of 3 years, we just moved in together recently. But now when ever he kisses me I've broken out into hives. This has never happened. ?

Allergy to something: Has your boyfriend begun eating NEW food you could be allergic to..fish..nuts..something with lactose? It is also possible that you are allergic to a component of his saliva. Have him brush the teeth, tongue, and rinse the mouth just before kissing him. What if you kiss just on the lips? Write me more questions: www.healthtap.com/drsaghafi Use Key Code: PDXFNR for appointment ...Read more

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Why do angioedema and hives usually happen together?

Why do angioedema and hives usually happen together?

Hives/Angioedema: Both are typically triggered by the same mechanism which is the release of histamine from mast cells and basophils. ...Read more

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I have been feeling really tired and when I exercise I break out in hives and this itch and it happens whenever i'm not working out?

I have been feeling really tired and when I exercise I break out in hives and this itch and it happens whenever i'm not working out?

Hives: Hives or urticaria can occur like this and are referred to a exercise-induced uricaria. Certain individuals get it in hot showers or when they sweat. This is a physical "allergy" type of reaction. If you also get itchinbg otherwise go to an allergist and have tests since this can also occur with food or food additive allergy and let them help you. ...Read more

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Almost every night between 7-9 i break out in hives sometimes it go's away sometime i take benadril to make it go away. Why does this happen?

Biorhythm: Most diseases tend to get worse at night from our body system winding down before going to sleep. The body's cortisol and Adrenalin level drop as the day progress to allow us to rest and at the same time lowering our defense. ...Read more

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I masturbated and after 3-4 hrs went for gym and hives occured. This has happened 3 times. I din't masturbated and went and nothing happened. Help!

I masturbated and after 3-4 hrs went for gym and hives occured. This has happened 3 times. I din't masturbated and went and nothing happened. Help!

Hives: Take benadryl (diphenhydramine) for hives. Consider consulting a doctor for stronger medicine. Masturbating is temporarily increasing skin blood flow but the real problem is the allergic reaction in the skin, not the masturbating. ...Read more

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A itch started bout 3 months ago. Its all the time worsens at night and it's all over I will scratch until I brake skin! Eventually turns into hives?

A itch started bout 3 months ago. Its all the time worsens at night and it's all over I will scratch until I brake skin!  Eventually turns into hives?

Allergy or bites?: This could be symptomatic of hives (urticaria), which may be a response to a chemical or other exposure in your life. If they're worse at night, insect bites like bed-bugs or scabies are a consideration. See your doctor so that they can evaluate the rash in person. In the interim, try some Aveeno, an oatmeal based lotion. And take a Zyrtec or Benadryl (diphenhydramine) before bed for the itching. ...Read more

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I start runnin or doing cardio workouts like my body began to breakout in hives n itch really bad. It's not the environment it happens everywhere help?

I start runnin or doing cardio workouts like my body began to breakout in hives n itch really bad. It's not the environment it happens everywhere help?

Exercise urticaria: This sounds like exercise induced urticaria. It could also be cholanergic urticaria which can have more serious allergic consequences, including life-threatening anaphalaxis. See an allergist to help you manage the symptoms. ...Read more

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What are hives?

Itchy, red, raised.: Hives are itchy, red, raised lesions on the skin and they usually happen after contact with or ingestion of something you're allergic to. Try some benadryl, (diphenhydramine) cold packs, and see your doctor if they get worse! ...Read more

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What are hives?

Skin rash : That is characteristically raised, evanscent, and itchy. ...Read more

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What causes hives?

What causes hives?

Many causes: There are many causes of hives and these include infections, medications, bee/wasp stings, food allergies, environmental allergies, stress, cold temperatures, and exercise amongst other rarer causes. Oftentimes, hives are idiopathic, meaning there is no known cause. For further evaluation and management, consultation with a board-certified allergist is recommended for evaluation and management. ...Read more

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