They will appear randomly, and they multiple and growlike no tomorrow help!
Chug on some Benadryl like in Hitched. OR go to the doctor.
home remedy vinegar rub
maybe chicken pox not sure though call the docter is what I would suggest.
well, depending on your age, you could have chicken pox or shingles. Suggest that if you want real relief, it's time to have a doctor take a look and prescribe appropriate treatment.
calamine lotion and you need to go to the doctor it could be serious. also if you have some benejril.
all you have to do is put(squish them first) bananas on the hives for 30 min…… trust me it works i get hives all thre time…
plus bananas are great for your skin.
Sounds like you may need an anti hystamine ( against allergies) your local pharmacist will advise you. They can be bought over the counter.
Don't scratch them, scratching will make it worse.
Put a rag with cold water over the itch to soothe the itch.
Hot water will make the itch worse also.
If Benedryl doesn't work, you should go to the doctor and get some other kind of anti-histamines.
Witch hazel will help to alleviate the bruising and will also help with the itching. I would check with the doc regarding the source of the hives, however.
It sounds like you should be under the care of a dermatologist, especially if you can find one that specializes in urticaria.
You should stay on an antihistamine, such as Zyrtec or Allegra. sometimes they prescribe Tagamet which helps suppress hives also. a doctor might even put you on Prednisone to help also.
Warm baths in Aveeno oatmeal bath might help soothe them. a dermatologist can give you a prescription topical cream that will help calm down the itching.
The thing is, the hives you are getting sound too severe for just over the counter remedies. it sounds like you need prescription help and a dermatologist or allergist might be able to help identify what is causing these hives. Patch testing can also identify allergic reactions in your skin which would help you know what ingredients to stay away from. an allergist can skin test you for foods.
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