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acute and chronic(when hives persist for more than 6 weeks). The most likely triggers for acute urticaria are allergies to pets, <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>horse</span>s, latex and foods, such as shellfish and nuts,bee or wasp stings,allergies to medicines,Viral infections, such as glandular fever and herpes, dental and sinus infections, fungal infections, blood transfusions and vaccines. The cause of chronic urticaria is often more difficult to identify.
I notice that certain drugs work better for me with certain allergies. Claritin works well for me for dust and mild pet dander, but Zyrtec helps with more vigorous pet dander (horses) and for cottonwood and dogwood. Really only Benadryl works for pine bladders. My doctor gave me some samples of some other medications: Zyzal (sp?) and Singulaire, which also help with the more daily stuff, including some food allergies, that Claritin can't handle.
On about the 2nd day after the injection I had intense itching (this is a normal side effect for pain sufferers so I guess it's the same for itching) but then nothing for 3 weeks....we shall see how long this lasts. I was told that I could get up to 3 shots per year but that's it. Another option the doctor suggested was trying some sort of neurostimulation device that can be implanted to block the itch signal to the brain. There's a 5 day trial period at first.
Others may be triggered by viral infections or as an allergic reaction to an allergen. The most likely triggers for acute urticaria are allergies to pets, <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>horse</span>s, latex and foods, such as shellfish and nuts, bee or wasp stings, allergies to medicines, Viral infections, such as glandular fever and herpes, dental and sinus infections, fungal infections, blood transfusions and vaccines. Please check out these causes and consult a dermatologist.
Out of the 44 local things he tested for, I am allergic to 25 of them. Most of the trees, shrubs, grass, dog, cats, <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>horse</span>s, cows. I live in a farming community. I work as a courier, so am outside most of the day. I take Zyrted, and a steroid nasal spray 2x a day. I have to have sinus surgery in Aug for a severly deviated septum, and sinus surgery to clean out sinus. Don't know the correct term for that. How do I do more to reduce my exposure to these allergens?
The most likely triggers for acute urticaria are allergies to pets, <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>horse</span>s, latex and foods, such as shellfish and nuts, bee or wasp stings, allergies to medicines, Viral infections, such as glandular fever and herpes, dental and sinus infections, fungal infections, blood transfusions and vaccines. Please check out these causes and consult a dermatologist. You can take some OTC oral antihistamine medications like Benadryl or Claritin and see if it helps.
Others may be triggered by viral infections or as an allergic reaction to an allergen. The most likely triggers for acute urticaria are allergies to pets, <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>horse</span>s, latex and foods, such as shellfish and nuts, bee or wasp stings, allergies to medicines, Viral infections, such as glandular fever and herpes, dental and sinus infections, fungal infections, blood transfusions and vaccines. Please check out these causes and consult a dermatologist.
I have been on every <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>antihistamine</span> in the world and they do nothing to help me. I stayed on 20mg Prednisone for about a year. Withdraw when they stopped giving them to me caused my adrenal glads and other organs to fail and I spent days in the hospital. So they put me back on Prednisone but 5mg daily instead and it worked wonderful. Then they decide they do not want me on it at all. Another 108 degree later and severe withdraw I finally have it somewhat under control.
Others may be triggered by viral infections or as an allergic reaction to an allergen. The most likely triggers for acute urticaria are allergies to pets, horses, latex and foods, such as shellfish and nuts, bee or wasp stings, allergies to medicines, Viral infections, such as glandular fever and herpes, dental and sinus infections, fungal infections, blood transfusions and vaccines. Please check out these causes and consult a dermatologist.
I got the feeling she'd like to be done with me, at least for a while. She gave me prescriptions for things and said what she would like me to try and what she wants me NOT to take. Personally, I want it over and done. I want to know. If I can get shots, then let's get the show on the road. It's gotta be these trees and I'm gonna go through this every year because the trees aren't going any place... After the doctor, things just got weird.
The most likely triggers for acute urticaria are allergies to pets, <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>horse</span>s, latex and foods, such as shellfish and nuts, bee or wasp stings, allergies to medicines, Viral infections, such as glandular fever and herpes, dental and sinus infections, fungal infections, blood transfusions and vaccines. The cause of chronic urticaria is often more difficult to identify.
She can apply some calamine lotion at the rash as it will help in soothing the skin and take some OTC oral <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>antihistamine</span> medications like Benadryl or Claritin for the itching. Also ask her to use mild steroid cream and good quality moisturizers to prevent moisture loss from the skin. If still the symptoms do not improve then please get a clinical examination done by a dermatologist.
The most likely triggers for acute urticaria are allergies to pets, <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>horse</span>s, latex and foods, such as shellfish and nuts,bee or wasp stings,allergies to medicines,Viral infections, such as glandular fever and herpes, dental and sinus infections, fungal infections, blood transfusions and vaccines. In your case the bee sting can be responsible for these hives. The mainstay of treatment of hives is antihistamine which may be necessary for prolonged periods (in excess of 6 weeks).
Hello, One of the possibilities for your symptoms is hives. The other possibility is of stasis dermatitis or eczema. Hives result from dilation of capillaries allowing fluid to leak out into the surrounding tissue, the epidermis.They are of two types:acute and chronic(when hives persist for more than 6 weeks).
acute and chronic(when hives persist for more than 6 weeks). The most likely triggers for acute urticaria are allergies to pets, <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>horse</span>s, latex and foods, such as shellfish and nuts,bee or wasp stings,allergies to medicines,Viral infections, such as glandular fever and herpes, dental and sinus infections, fungal infections, blood transfusions and vaccines. Check out for any contact with these.
He gave me a cream to use saying that it sounds like scabies. I used this cream for a week from my neck down and showered every moring to remove it. This has not helped at all. He also gave me a hydroquortizone cream for my hands. It has been 2 weeks now and I am still the same. During the day I occassionally have tingling on the skin on my hands normally on my thumbs and palms, but never my feet.
acute and chronic(when hives persist for more than 6 weeks). The most likely triggers for acute urticaria are allergies to pets, horses, latex and foods, such as shellfish and nuts,bee or wasp stings,allergies to medicines,Viral infections, such as glandular fever and herpes, dental and sinus infections, fungal infections, blood transfusions and vaccines. The cause of chronic urticaria is often more difficult to identify.
The mainstay of treatment of hives is <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>antihistamine</span> which may be necessary for prolonged periods (in excess of 6 weeks). You can take non-sedating antihistamines such as Cetirizine(Zyrtec) or Loratadine(Claritin) to get symptom relief. Sedating antihistamines such as Chlorphenamine(Benadryl) is used at night to get urticaria control. Short courses of oral cortisone or steroids are taken for short periods (one to three days) to settle more severe symptoms.
My 7 month old Red Doberman is having horrible skin problems. He has little bumps all over his body, thining hair. More bumps come out when he takes a bath (which unless nessecary I only give him one. We brought him to the vet and he gave him a steroid shot, antibiotics and told me to get omega 3 & 6 vitamins for him. Which I did. I was feeding him Bil Jacs for a few months. Still nothing cleared up the little bumps with clearish liquid & thinning of hair was still present.
You can take some OTC oral <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>antihistamine</span> medications like Benadryl or Claritin and see if it helps. For mild-moderate symptoms a weak steroid may be used (e.g. hydrocortisone as dermacort), whilst more severe cases require a higher-potency steroid (e.g. clobetasol propionate, fluocinonide).But they are available under prescription and should be taken only after consulting a dermatologist.
I'm breaking out into hive for a month and a half now. I have never had a problem with hives before. I'm 35 yrs old, the worst area is on my scalp and on my bottom will flare up so badly, it's almost unbarable..Taking Benadryl daily to relief the burning itch..I'm now on Aerius 5mg. It seems to hit me after i eat. I decided to go Gluten Free for the last month now, which has helped alot. But i still seem to break out daily, but I'm now able to tolerate it..
Drink loads of water, take an <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>antihistamine</span> for the itch if needed (loratidine is good), and I am having success with Aveeno bath and body oil plus colloidal oatmeal...The rash is Waaaayyy less, and minor itching...I couldn't get cortisone cream to work...
That became recurrent and then chronic sinusitis with fevers that has left me well for maybe 10 days of the past year. Scans show swelling and a polypoid maxillary soft tissue mass but nothing glaringly obvious. I now have dacryoadenitis and proptosis on the left side - have had left side facial swelling for ten months but just recently saw the mass under my lid. I have an optholmologist appointment next week.
this includes anticholinergic drugs over long periods, in particular ethanolamines such as Benadryl, used as an <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>antihistamine</span> and sleep aid, and Dramamine for nausea and motion sickness. Stimulants can cause fasciculations directly. These include caffeine, pseudoephedrine (Sudafed®), and the asthma bronchodilators albuterol/salbutamol (e.g. Proventil®, Combivent®, Ventolin®).
acute and chronic(when hives persist for more than 6 weeks). The most likely triggers for acute urticaria are allergies to pets, <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>horse</span>s, latex and foods, such as shellfish and nuts,bee or wasp stings,allergies to medicines,Viral infections, such as glandular fever and herpes, dental and sinus infections, fungal infections, blood transfusions and vaccines. The cause of chronic urticaria is often more difficult to identify.
I've overdone it myself and the more food issues you have, the more you will get. My doc has me on ketotyfin which is an <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>antihistamine</span> typically for asthma but prescribed to reduce inflammation in my intestines in order to give my intestines a chance to calm down and get rid of some of the reactive foods. Read "From Fatigue to Fantastic," "The Core Balance Diet," and "Edgework: Exploring The Psychology of Disease." You must work on healing on all levels.
6 million) and have been reading through the threads on here for even longer. First of all I would like to take the time to thank all of you for giving me support and helping me to understand that I am not alone. So many of you have unknowingly touched my heart, talked me down off of a ledge, allowed me to laugh at myself (See subject: “Losing Car in Mall Parking Lot” threads), and given me support merely by posted your words on this site and even.
Call your doc and ask for a script for Zyrtec. It's an <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>antihistamine</span> pill and it worked wonders for me. Stopped that gawd-awful itch in 10 minutes! It workd for most folks but, as usual, not everybody. There are other things he can prescribe if that doesn't work.
We are looking into it and more to come. We will file with the court soon. I just got approved for Unemployment after I had to prove that I am able and ready to work. (Hoop...Hoop...Hoop...) You know what I am tring to say. Tomorrow; I am heading back to McGuire VA Hospital to have the first of many shots in my treatment program. I am sure that you all can remember back to that day for yourselfs. It has been a long road to get to this point. Almost 10 months.
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