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Hives

Also called: Angioedema, Urticaria

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Hi. This may help you, in your search, viral infections like epstein-Barr virus, hepatitis virus, herpes virus, bacterial infections like...
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It would not be likely that low blood sugar would cause these isolated hives, and it would be difficult to prove. Do some investigation about her...
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It's can be tough diagnosing an itchy body. Hives are red, itchy welts on the skin and may be caused by various allergic agents and...
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Finding the cause or causes of hives is VERY clinically difficult. There are no tests that would conclusively determine the specific cause. You can...
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I don't know. I do not know anything about your daughter; not even her age, and more importantly....I have no way of examining her over the...
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Antihistamines are used for hives.....Benadryl (diphenhydramine), Claritin, Zyrtec, Allegra, etc. are over the counter antihistamines.
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Unfortunately, the shingles shot is not 100% effective, so there is a chance you can still get it. Before relying on a self-diagnosis, see your...
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There can literally be hundreds of different reasons for hives (urticaria), but vitamin D deficiency is not one of them.  You can have your...
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Yes, hives could be a side effect. Nearly ALL medications have this potential, but anyone takind a new medication would be suspicious that this may...
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Hives do not spread when you scratch them (although there are types of hives that can be caused by skin pressure). Most of the time, hives are caused...
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 Have you changed anything? Detergent, softeners, new clothes w/out washing first. new bed, just about anything including a once not allergic to...
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It is NOT the flu shot....especially two weeks later. Your hives are being caused by something else, so if your doctor doesn't have a clue, ask...
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That is a difficult question to answer since there are many different types of hives....and many variations depending on the patient's skin and...
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