Urticaria, otherwise called hives, is a type of skin rash that develops when some triggers release histamine. Some of the common triggers are certain food items, medications, infections, fever, dust mites, pollen, sunlight, and latex.
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Query: Hello doctor,I have had urticaria problems for the last 20 years. Initially, it started from the foot for two years then the hands, and now the whole body. I take Cetzine on SOS. I feel allergic once a week, sometimes twice a week. I have digestion-related problems and take antibiotic medicines when... Read Full »
Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. I will suggest you medicines soon. Your complaints are chronic, so it will take time to get cured completely. I need the following details. 1. When does your complaint increases and decreases? 2. Is there any itching or burning sensation? 3. Any pictures of rashe... Read Full »
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 »