... I also suffer from chronic urticaria, and delayed pressure urticaria, etc. I have had it steadily for four years. ... (3 replies)
... Hi,just read your post and had to reply. I too had chronic urticaria, which actually turned acute,the doc said he had never seen anything like it. ... (3 replies)
... hours a day again thinking about the swelling and it's coming into Summer here in Australia and it's getting hot, hot and sweaty are not good for the pressure urticaria and working in the garden or carrying shopping is an impossibility. They have said I can consider calartyne with singular, has anyone had success with this? ... (3 replies)
... Actually I do not think that urticaria may hinder pregnancy. I think that Pregnancy delay is related to another problems of your health. Not always physical examinations can find the exact cause of the problem. ... (1 replies)
... I am trying to conceive since last 1.5 years,all the tests of me and my husband are normal.I have suffering from crucial utricaria since almost the same time(1.5 years).I have to take a citrizine once in two days.I can not avoid that,my doctor told me basically it is not possible to know the exact reason and cure of utricaria.But I doubt that my pregnancy is delaying because... (1 replies)
... Hello All
I have joined the club of the chronic idiopathic urticaria & angioedema back in JAN 2005. It has been a very very miserable experience since I have the hives 90% of the time.
I have tried all the possible medications... the only one that was helping - at least for the first few weeks - was Atarax.
To make things even more complkicated for me, two days a go... (148 replies)
... same feeling here! you don't get hives from stress, hives stress you out!!! (78 replies)
... My hives also started with the pregnancy of my first baby who is almost 4 now. At first I didn't worry about it too much because the doctors thought it would just go away once I had my baby. ... (78 replies)
... Welcome Trinity244. My hives did not appear until my son was about 9 years old. I never had them during pregnancy. I don't believe it is hormones based on the tons of research I have done, but I could be wrong. (78 replies)
... Trinity, you wrote "It all started about 6 months after my son was born." That's interesting, because mine started about 18 months after my son was born. Among the countless possible causes that weave in and out of my brain, I can't help but wonder if the hormonal changes of maternity have something to do with my hives. Has anyone else here only had chronic hives after... (78 replies)
... I have suffered with chronic pressure urticaria for almost 22 years now. ... (3 replies)
... I second that!!!:wave: Funny, almost everybody (new doctors, co-workers, friends) says about allergies and food, though "autoimmune disease" and simply "idiopathic" hives are the most common! (3 replies)
... many and varied triggers. Drs Krishnaswamy and Youngberg shed light on this common condition, describing the diagnostic considerations in evaluation of acute and chronic cases and discussing the variety of pharmacologic options available. ... (5 replies)