Five or six years ago, I had chronic urticaria, which lasted for about two years. I took a lot of medicine and health care products and slowly got better. Yesterday, I suddenly had a lot of urticaria on my waist, stomach, thighs and arms. It was particularly itchy. The rash was pink. I don't know whether it was caused by the decline of immunity due to the poor sleep recently. I want to ask whether I want to take medicine? What medicine do you take? How long is it appropriate to eat, or let it slowly improve itself regardless of it?
If there is always urticaria, most of it is caused by allergic factors, which is always repeated. Most of this chronic urticaria need to be treated with corresponding anti allergic drugs, but it is best to be able to determine the allergen.
Hello, this situation is mainly caused by allergic constitution. It is suggested to try applying some ointment, such as hydrocortisone butyrate cream or oral loratadine for treatment. Usually pay attention to a light diet, do not eat spicy and irritating food and hair products, do not eat seafood, and eat more foods containing vitamin C
A 39 year old woman had chronic urticaria five years ago and now relapsed. Now she wants to consult. If she doesn't take medicine, will she be good? What medicine will she take? I think, first of all, it's best to go to the hospital to check the allergen and detect what causes the allergy. Secondly, you can take some anti allergic drugs, such as kairuitan tablets