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I have tested for some allergies and it has become negative but still occasionaly get hives?

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The most common reason for chronic hives is idiopathic, no known cause.
Discuss with your allergist if further testing is warranted.

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The most common reason for chronic hives is idiopathic, no known cause.
Discuss with your allergist if further testing is warranted.
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