In the case of CHRONIC UR­TICARIA, oral an­ti­his­tamines are the FIRST LINE of treat­ment, fol­lowed by cour­ses of oral COR­TI­COS­TEROIDS

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AAl­lergy as a med­i­cal prob­lem man­i­fests it­self in many ways, not only af­fect­ing the skin, but also lead­ing to bronchial asthma, hay fever (allergic rhini­tis), re­peated throat and eye ir­ri­ta­tions, un­ex­plained headaches and re­peated at­tacks of allergic di­ar­rhoea, es­pe­cially in in­fants.

De­duc­ing from the his­tory of your skin com­plaints, it is six months, it is con­sid­ered chronic ur­ticaria, and un­for­tu­nately, a ma­jor­ity of chronic ur­ticaria cases fall in the au­toim­mune group, where no def­i­nite cause can be de­tected even af­ter you un­dergo the full range of avail­able tests.

The suc­cess­ful treat­ment of acute ur­ticaria – which is usu­ally caused by a known al­ler­gen – is achieved by

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