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Hives all over the body.

Hi, I am 26, I am suffering from these kind of itchy hives since 4 years, I have consulted many doctors, everyone of them has given me kind of same tablets, like Allegra, Avil, Atarax, Monta Plus, Medrol etc. I did some homeopathic and ayurvedic courses too. But nothing seems to work. I also went through food panel test veg-nonveg and reports came normal. These hives come and go weekly or twice weekly and stays for 2-4 days, sometimes severe, sometimes normal. What is happening to me? Am I suffering from some decease? I was surfing internet for these kind of hives and stumbled upon the articles about HIV rashes, leukaemia rashesh. Those looks very similar and scary. I am genuinely worried now because nothing seems to working? Should I undergo the tests for same?
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hello do a complete executive health check tests consult dermatologist and decide bye
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Hello.... Leukemia ,HIV presents with many other symptoms, if it's so that could have been identified in routine examination ,i think your simply messing up everything. The best treatment for hives and angiodema is to identify and remove the trigger, but this is not an easy task. Antihistamines are usually prescribed by your doctor to provide relief from symptoms.
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Dr. Deepthi Rao Gorukanti
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Consult a good dermatologist. Apply medrol cream. Dont use too many drugs as it can increase allergy. Dont use any hair dye. Check if your soap is causing allergy. Try to identify the allergen.
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