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Chronic Urticaria

Dear Dr. Sb.

I am suffering from Urticaria for the last 13 years. Kindly suggest me some medicines.

  Wariseen on 2012-03-05
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
The following additional information is required to help you. Therefore, please do the best you can in providing a detailed and accurate data.

1) What is your Location/age/sex/height/weight? What is your JOB-WORK?
2) Duration of illness?
3) Chief Complaints?
4) How is your Thyroid functioning?
5) Do you have Diabetes?
6) Do you have Digestion Problem?
7) How is your Bowl movement?
8) Do you feel thirsty? How many glasses of water you drink every day?
9) Do you feel good in warm or cold or humid climate?
10) Are you having any stress? Describe it.
11) Do you get normal sound sleep?
12) Explain in detail about you mood?
13) Any problem with you periods? (For females)
- Are the periods early, regular or late in general? How long do they last?
- Do you suffer from any kind of physical or mental discomfort before, during or after the periods?
- Is the flow scanty, normal or excessive?
- Is the blood thick bright red or pale watery?
- Do you notice any clots in the flow?
14) Any past medical problem which you would like to share the information?
15) List of medicine in use at present?
16) Do you exercise daily? Or any other physical activity.
17) How is your Cholesterol level?
18) What do you crave for in food items and what are your aversions?
19) How is your hunger: Less, Normal or Excessive?
20) Is your sweat normal or less or more? Where does it sweat more: Head, Trunk or Limbs?

Please update.

Nikkie last decade
Please answer the following:

Set I:
1) Which part of the body is having Uriticaria?
2) Does the itching worsen with slight local warmth?
3) What is the frequency of occurance ? And how long it remains together?
4) Any past history of medication (drug) reaction?
5) Does doing exercise (physical work), stress, temperature, climate change trigger Urticaria?
6) Any food allergy , plz mention ?
7) Do you consume alcohol (also beer,wine)?
8) Any dust allergy ?
9) Any use of antibiotics present/past ?
10) Any history of asthma ?
11) DO you have pets, name it?
12) Do you have Urinary Tract infection or Viral infection (Hepatitis), worms in stomach etc? explain in details?
13) Do you use Deodrant,perfume or talcum powder etc?
14) Explain your stress symptoms (if any)in details.
a) Do you have any grief ?
b) Cause of anxiety?
c) Any feeling of guilty ?
d) Any supressed frusturation ?
e) Any suppressed emotions?
f) Any past scenario of disappointment?
15)Any insect byte history?
16) Did you used any Steriods to counter this problem? what was the result ? since how long are you using?
17) Any blood test summary ?
18) Did you go for skin prick test, for allergy testing? Brief the result.
19) Is ther any gastric prolem with you?
20) Do you feel itchiness at the anus even in the absence of any urticaria symptoms?
21) Does the urticaria trigger in the morning ? does it aggrevates more with bath?
22) Any swelling of the feet or legs?
23) Any fever during the trigger of symptoms ?

Please update to best of your knowledge.

Nikkie last decade

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