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What Should I Take For Hives After Swimming
Antihistamine: In rare cases, people can develop hives after their skin contacts water, or exposed to cold temperature. If you develop hives after each swimming, try taking a claritin, (loratadine) allegra, or zyrtec 30 min before swimming. If u forget to take them before and develop hives, these antihistamines will also help then. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have itching and hives for over 3 weeks gets more itchy after showering or swimming in lake what is this, what can I do for relief?
Had cold-air hives when younger, but seem to handle cold better now. can i go swimming in a pool if i ease myself in the water gently? no probs lately
Perhaps: Occasionally it is possible that your back can be sore. If you are doing freestyle and stretch out, but lift head out a lot, then you may be putting stress on the lower back. Keep head down and relax the stroke. Glide and rotate as you pull through the water. If doing butterfly, you may be stiff and not able to stretch smoothly with the kick. Stretch before, and after.If kickboard, keep head down. ...Read more
Swimmer's itch: Ducks carry a tiny worm that penetrates human skin but does us no harm. Each produces a little red bump. Leave it alone or put a topical anti-itch preparation on it. ...Read more
Yes: Certainly, when you get water in your ear, you can expect a minor discomfort or ache. If it persists, it could be because you are starting to develop an early infection of the ear canal, called otitis external. Keep the ear dry. If the ear ache goes on for more than a day, see your doctor, you may need some drops to treat. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
There is like a pressure in my right side of my head after swimming and i can still feel it today.. is it bad?
Likely Not serious.: Depending on where on the right side of your head your pain is and if you go deep under water when swim (like diving), your symptoms may be due to a sinus headache from change in pressure form going under water. Try just doing surface swimming with no diving and see if symptoms still occur. It they do, then seek medical attention. Take Care! ...Read more
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