Current outbreak

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Hi all. Just as I am currently writing this I am laying on my back, covered in nappy cream going through my worst outbreak yet.

I have been a sufferer for 5 years now and still can't control it. I'm on fexofenadine 180 and its uses are rapidly fading. I know mine is caused by heat and room temperature, so its less controllable especially as I work in a busy hot office.. sorry Just having a rant whilst I am currently literally covered head to toe in rashes 😥

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    I feel ya! I sitting here scatching my brains out trying to work. Heck, this is year 3 or 4 I think! Shoot I can't think anymore!!!!
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      I succumbed and went back to the doctors in tears today as im covered from head to toe and felt it was affecting my throat, im now on steroids, some cream and waiting for an emergency appt from the hospital.. I dare not move for squeaking and squelching from the cream x
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    I Hear you! I have had a recent outbreak which has lasted for two weeks and in those two weeks have not been able to have a full nights sleep. The last doctor I went to prescribed 300mgs of ranitidine in the morning and 20mgs of cetirizine also in the morning. I also have to take another 300mgs of ranitidine at night. I have found that this combinations works for me and have been hive free for two days! I hope you are feeling better when you read this I know how miserable and horrible this is. Xx
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    Are you able to work with this because mine is getting worse i don't know how long i can take it it' been almost three years for me

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