I'm not getting any breaks, it's been two weeks… is this chronic hives?
. Chronic hives are defined as hives that last for more than six weeks or hives that go away but recur frequently.
In most cases of chronic hives, a cause is never clearly identified. in some cases, the condition may be related to an underlying autoimmune disorder — when your body becomes allergic to itself. Chronic hives can also be linked to other health problems such as thyroid disease or lupus.
While the underlying cause of chronic hives is usually not identified, treatment can help with symptoms. for many people, a combination of antihistamine medications provides the best relief.