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Acute Urticaria

Urticaria, also called hives, are red and itchy skin rash that usually develops in response to some allergen. The body releases histamines and other chemicals under the skin surface in response to the allergen, resulting in this rash. Acute urticaria is when hives last for less than six weeks.

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Query: Hello doctor, From the last one year, I have Pitta allergy. There are itchy raised bumps on my body. However, they disappear after some time. It is very disturbing and irritating. Please help.  Read Full »

Dr. Anand Rao

Answer: Hello, Welcome to I presume you are suffering from urticaria. Urticaria is a diseasewhere there is a transient vascular reaction in the skin due to some allergens. The eruptions are usually raised skin rashes with redness and severe itching. It can be very disturbing when at work. As ...  Read Full »

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