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... I began having hives about 8 years ago. First sporadic, maybe a couple times a year. They got more frequent and I couldn't find a trigger. ... (14 replies)
... If it's not working alone for someone else with autoimmune hives, I'm wondering why my son's doc thinks it would for him. ... (14 replies)
... I have been having Autoimmune hives daily for about 9 weeks. ... (5 replies)

... The IVIG is IgG antibodies given intravenously. I get this once a month. CVID symptoms can include repeated and prolonged infections, digestive disorders and autoimmune disease. My symptoms were somewhat atypical for years, which is likely why no one even thought to look for it until recently. ... (14 replies)
... immunologist that diagnosed mine said any illness has the potential to set off the autoimmune hives. Is it possible you have an underlying chronic infection? ... (14 replies)
... takes a combo of Allegra 60mg, Singulair 10mg, and Zyrtec 10mg to keep them 'mostly controlled'. He still gets itchy ranging from mild to severe and still gets hives ranging from just a few to a major breakout, but not often thankfully. ... (14 replies)
... I first want to thank you all for posting your experiences. My personal expericence with hives has been very limited until Nov. 2008 when I first experienced them. The only allergies I had in the past were typical seasonal allergies. ... (14 replies)
... this now for 6 months and I am living a normal life. I Thought I would wait out some time before over reacting with a positive post, just to fall back into the Hives routine. ... (14 replies)
... Hello. Its been sometime since I posted to these boards. I saw your post and it really interested me. I have a dx of Autoimmune Hepatitis which apparently I have had since I was around 32 years old, maybe longer. Autoimmune Diseases run in our family. ... (14 replies)
... s, it is similar to your experience in that it made my face swell to where I did not look like me. That to me is the worst part. I can handle the worst case of hives as long as it does not get on my face. You mention receiving IVIG for CVID. What is that? ... (14 replies)
... Hi. I'm no Dr but I've had chronic hives for 14 months straight before then they went away on their own. ... (14 replies)
... I don't know about the rest of you but mine was strictly the hives, no other problems. I have never even had allergy problems to speak of, which is what has had me so confused as to what this was. I'm continually on a high dosage of anti-histamines to treat the hives. I'm just treating the symptoms and hoping that they eventually go away again, like they have done in the past.... (14 replies)
... g list of other things but even when eliminated it kept happening. They started me on allergy shots a year and a half ago, and i'm on 4 prescriptions to four the hives and allergies. ... (14 replies)
... I have had hives for the past 14 months too, since Feb 2008. ... (14 replies)
... Welcome to the boards, and thank you for sharing your success story. Chronic hives are terrible to live with and so stubborn to treat, and it is good to know that someone out there got help. ... (5 replies)
... I was dx with chronic hives and a skin biopsy confirmed Lupus. Medryol, Prednisone, and allergy OTC meds did nothing to relieve the constant itching and rashes. ... (5 replies)
... Hello I dont have an answer for you but I do have a question. I have had chronic hives for almost a year now, lots of other AI symptoms but never diagnosed. Can you tell me your story, it sounds similar to mine. ... (5 replies)
... It consists of widespread burning rashes, and huge delayed pressure hives which hurt more than itch and leave bruises on my skin. I have also noticed that I am experiencing muscle and joint pain when I'm overtired and or stressed. ... (3 replies)
... It sure does. With the hives, joint pains, chest pain and fatigue, you could have lupus, an autoimmune disorder that affects primarily young women. I would get the ANA repeated and see a rheumatologist who can do several other tests looking for clues. ... (3 replies)
... In addition to the antihistamines like Benadryl, H2 blockers, like Pepcid or Ranitidine do help. You might ask Dr for a RX for a mast cell inhibitor, like Singulair, and be sure to get anti-thyroid antibodies checked on blood, as autoimmune thyroiditis (Hashimoto's) can be associated with chronic hives, as well as lupus. (3 replies)

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