Itchy red bumps

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Since 2 days i have developed itchy red bumps on my inner thigh ( they are in a line or a design type of manner). Is it anything serious  ? Any medication for it ?

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    Would simply buy a strong antihistamine from chemist, one that promotes sleep ask the pharmacist, and take this at night. See if this reduces your problem If not see y our GP.


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    Please try Allegra....stronger than Zyrtec.  Works the best for my Urticaria.

    i wish you well?


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      Everyone is different please remember this, what works for one person does not work for another. Length of time to ease varies, it is hard being patient, but there is nothing else for it. After six years of suffering I went back to over the counter meds and tripled the dose plus many other additives. We are not medics!
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      when my hives started to act up my doctor had me take Zyrtec in the morning and Allegra at night.....yes we are all different and meds react differently with each of us.  My Urticaria was very severe and required me to go on Cyclosporine and Prednisone for almost a year extremely slow in going down on each med took a year to go down.  I was down to 1mg Prednisone for a month then unfortunately had to deal with some stress and I started to break out again so Allegra was there to help save the day.  It is okay to take both. Very important to not stress!  easier said then done I know!

      We are all here for each other.  Please keep us posted on how you are doing.

      have a good day! 🌺


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