Hives Don’t Heal?
I have hives and it really interferes with my daily activities. I’ve done several tests but it just keeps popping up. symptoms of hives: -hot, cold, sweating, finished eating, bathing, while sleeping/wake up. I don’t have any allergies, and I always wear looser clothes but more and more pops up when exposed to the air, I wear clothes that cover my feet but keep showing up, now it’s like depending on CTM drugs. I can take 3-4 tablets of CTM a day but it doesn’t heal, I use powder/lotion with caladine in it but it doesn’t heal, instead the hives look wide and red. The hives are already very annoying, because I work and every time I wake up, my face is always swollen because of the appearance of hives (appears on the lips and eyes). any tips to solve it? and what are the reasons why I can get hives? (the first time I got it and it didn’t heal even though it’s been 3 months, it appears every day) besides hives my feet are also very painful like being stabbed until it’s a bit difficult to walk (only sitting for 5 minutes and when I stand up straight like grandma, I walk, because it hurts so much like being stabbed)
Hives (urticaria) is a manifestation of an inflammatory process on the surface of the skin that can be triggered by several conditions, such as:
Atopic dermatitis Irritant contact dermatitis Allergic contact dermatitis
In addition, hives can also appear in people with high stress levels, consuming too much caffeine or in inappropriate air temperatures such as temperatures that are too hot as happened to you.
In conditions where hives do not go away as you experience and cause interference in carrying out activities, you should consult with a dermatologist and sex specialist to find out the cause of the hives that appear by performing a physical examination and also supporting examinations such as allergy tests or blood tests.
In addition, you should take a shower using cold water. Avoid the trigger factors for the emergence of hives on yourself, use a skin moisturizer after every shower and as much as possible avoid the urge to scratch the itchy area.
I hope this information is helpful.