Cholinergic urticaria, a type of hives caused due to raised temperature, often develops while exercising or sweating. The symptoms are wheals, redness around bumps, and itching. In most cases, it appears and disappears on its own. In some cases, it causes exercise-induced anaphylaxis. Avoiding triggering agents is the best way to manage it. Taking antihistamines helps a lot.
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Query: Hello doctor, From December last year, I was sometimes having mosquito-like bites (swelling and itching) over my chest and back at midnight which I thought to be insect bites. I started using anti-allergy pills which would subside the problem. I had Montair LC on and off for 20 days but the problem ... Read Full »
Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. I have seen your photos of your problem (attachment removed to protect patient identity). Commonly, many are sensitive to mosquito bites. The result is a red bump and itching. A male mosquito's bite is harmless. They feed only. Female mosquitoes produce some sympt... Read Full »