cholinergic urticaria

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Hello, it is really hard,my sociable life is hard itches and hives.... under the sun light, can't run or doing sports .... and it comes a lot in some emotional cases and stress during exams and tests and sometimes when talking to people... plz i need some help what should i do?

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    Hi, I'm not an expert but have developed hives within the last few weeks due to raised body temperature at night due to night sweats which are due to the medication I'm on. In the past I have also developed instant rashes from concentrating (appearing on my legs) - I can only assume as hives, and a different one from anxiety (on my chest). Firstly I would like to know what the doctor has said... and if they have given you steriod cream (relieves itching) and antihistamines, and have you had it long? Secondly the only other thing I could say is since you are also affected by hives bought on by emotions - exams and talking to people - this sounds like it is made worse by anxiety. Have you tried a hypnotherapist who deals with anxiety and anxiety tools to put into practise when you feel this way. Have you considered why you get anxiety? Do you need more practise in talking to people socially, woukd it be good to join more social classes, what methods can ease the stress of exams? Do you tell your teachers about the stress of exams? Running or sports may be due to heat, have you thought of sports that involve less heat like swimming, drinking plenty of ice cold water and wearing excercise clothing that helps with temperature control and wicks away sweat (specific fabrics). This might not help much, but maybe consider other sports? Maybe your doctor can advise. I'd also just be aware that taking medication may be causing hives. Hope that helps!
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    Also I made the mistake of taking them in the morning only on really bad days. When I saw the doctor recently she said if you take them regularly it should prevent it coming back after a while, so take everyday.
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      Big thankss the doctor has given me telfast(anthistamine) yesterday, so in my first day the telfast has reduces itches and hives wish that in these few days i'll be fine more and more thank you for the second timesmile
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