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Itchy skin allergy. Already using benadryl (diphenhydramine) and clarityn but no permanent solution. Any permanent treatment possible.

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Dr. Michael Zacharisen
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
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In brief: Identify trigger

The key to successful outcomes in allergies is identification of the trigger so avoidance measures can be taken.
Medications like antihistamines may help reduce itching, but if exposure to the trigger is ongoing, there will not be a permanent solution. A dermatologist or allergist may be able to identify the trigger for you.

In brief: Identify trigger

The key to successful outcomes in allergies is identification of the trigger so avoidance measures can be taken.
Medications like antihistamines may help reduce itching, but if exposure to the trigger is ongoing, there will not be a permanent solution. A dermatologist or allergist may be able to identify the trigger for you.
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