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    Urticaria Professional

    Urticaria, British guidelines classify urticaria as follows: Acute urticaria [ 1 ] In acute urticaria, a cause is identified in only about half of cases. ,...

    Hives (Chronic Urticaria) Conditions

    Hives (Chronic Urticaria), Inducible urticaria - sometimes called physical urticaria. This is a type of hives in which a rash appears when the skin is physically stimulated....

    Hives (Acute Urticaria) Conditions

    Hives (Acute Urticaria), Pine tree contact:             Inducible urticari...

    Hives (Urticaria) Conditions

    Hives (Urticaria), If this is the case, the condition is called inducible urticaria or physical urticaria. Examples of physical factors which can trigger hives include press...

    Fexofenadine tablets (Telfast, Allegra) Medicines

    About fexofenadine Type of medicine A non-drowsy antihistamine Used for Seasonal allergic rhinitis (hay fever); chronic urticaria (hives) Also called (UK) Telfast&#...

    Angio-oedema Professional

    The table under 'Pathophysiology', below, illustrates the differences between angio-oedema and urticaria. Angio-oedema can occur with or without urticaria. Like urtica...

    Angio-oedema Conditions

    Examples of conditions which may be linked to idiopathic angio-oedema include: Chronic hives (urticaria). About half of people who have chronic urticaria also have regular ep...

    Urticarial Rash Forums Group

    I've cured my idiopathic urticaria on my own Hey everyone, I had a severe case of idiopathic urticaria for over 2 years and while i was going through it i referred to this forum ...

    Itching Conditions

    Various other leaflets discuss conditions where the cause of the itch is known, such as eczema or urticaria. What is itch? Itching (pruritus) is a symptom that can be caused by a large...

    Antihistamines Professional

    This includes conditions such as: Rhinitis - especially seasonal allergic rhinitis (hay fever). [ 1 ] Urticaria. Anaphylaxis (although evidence remains unclear). [ 2 ] Angio-...

    Mastocytosis and Mast Cell Disorders Conditions

    The most common type - urticaria pigmentosa (see section on symptoms, below) - is seen in 1 person in every 1,000 who attends a skin (dermatology) clinic. , papular urticaria mast...

    Antihistamines Conditions

    For example: Hives (urticaria) . Itching (pruritus) . Feeling sick (nausea) and being sick (vomiting). Severe allergic reactions (anaphylaxis) . , hay fever antihist...

    Mizolastine tablets (Mizollen) Medicines

    It stops the effects of a substance called histamine and this helps to relieve the symptoms of allergies such as hay fever and urticaria . Exposure to substances such as pollen, animal...

    Bilastine tablets (Ilaxten) Medicines

    It stops the effects of a substance called histamine and this helps to relieve the symptoms of allergies such as hay fever and urticaria . Exposure to substances such as pollen, animal ...

    Levocetirizine for allergy (Xyzal) Medicines

    It stops the effects of a substance called histamine and this helps to relieve the symptoms of allergies such as hay fever and urticaria. Exposure to substances such as pollen, pet fur, hou...

    Acrivastine for allergies (Benadryl Allergy Relief) Medicines

    It stops the effects of a naturally occurring substance called histamine and this helps to relieve the symptoms of allergies such as hay fever and urticaria. Exposure to substances such as ...

    Anisakiasis Professional

    Anisakiasis affecting the small bowel is very rare but may present with abdominal pain and even small bowel obstruction , intussusception , perforation, peritonitis, or intestinal bleeding. [ 3 , 4...

    Desloratadine (Midetorin, Neoclarityn) Medicines

    About desloratadine Type of medicine A non-drowsy antihistamine Used for Allergic rhinitis; hives (urticaria) Also called Midetorin®; Neoclarityn® A...

    Skin Rashes Conditions

    Skin conditions that can cause itching include (please click the links to separate leaflets which provide further information): Dry skin Eczema Contact dermatitis Urticaria...

    Patch Testing for Contact Dermatitis Conditions

    It does not diagnose other types of allergy such as food allergy or urticaria . Keep the area of skin being tested dry until the final skin examination - which is usually four days afte...

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