Chronic Idiopathic Urticaria-Symptoms,Prognosis & Treatment

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Urticaria is commonly known as hives, it is the most common dermatological disorder. It always appears as raised and circumscribed area of skin involving the itchy feeling. The skin becomes itchy in the affected areas.

Urticaria can be of two types, acute or chronic. The acute Urticaria lasts less than a time of 6 weeks and chronic Urticaria lasts longer than 6 weeks time. The skin becomes red, raised and itches. In larger number of patients suffering from chronic Urticaria, the cause remains unknown. This is called idiopathic. Among 30% to 40% of people suffering from chronic Urticaria, usually show autoimmune as their cause of the disorder.

As the causes of chronic idiopathic Urticaria are mostly unknown, it is seen that they often arise from allergic reactions. The body sometimes reacts to something that it feels as an enemy and the autoimmune results in chronic idiopathic Urticaria that gives you a itchy, red raised patch of skin for more than 6 weeks.

As in most cases its cause is unknown dermatologists often find it difficult to provide a cure for chronic idiopathic Urticaria. This dermatological disease causes depression to the patient as he or she is in a constant state of misery and embarrassment because of the itching and patched raised red skin.

The chronic idiopathic Urticaria can also increase your chances of suffering from other types of Urticaria. As an effect of autoimmune this disease is difficult to cure. The possible cause of this reaction can be a food allergy. A change in the diet can be helpful but you should be careful not get malnutrition problems by it. Also trying to avoid the things that cause any type of allergy can also give some relief.

Patients who try to use any natural remedy for chronic idiopathic Urticaria should be careful as the compounds that are used in preparing them can cause further reactions.

 

Urticaria is commonly known as hives, it is the most common dermatological disorder. It always appears as raised and circumscribed area of skin involving the itchy feeling. The skin becomes itchy in the affected areas.

Urticaria can be of two types, acute or chronic. The acute Urticaria lasts less than a time of 6 weeks and chronic Urticaria lasts longer than 6 weeks time. The skin becomes red, raised and itches. In larger number of patients suffering from chronic Urticaria, the cause remains unknown. This is called idiopathic. Among 30% to 40% of people suffering from chronic Urticaria, usually show autoimmune as their cause of the disorder.

As the causes of chronic idiopathic Urticaria are mostly unknown, it is seen that they often arise from allergic reactions. The body sometimes reacts to something that it feels as an enemy and the autoimmune results in chronic idiopathic Urticaria that gives you a itchy, red raised patch of skin for more than 6 weeks.

As in most cases its cause is unknown dermatologists often find it difficult to provide a cure for chronic idiopathic Urticaria. This dermatological disease causes depression to the patient as he or she is in a constant state of misery and embarrassment because of the itching and patched raised red skin.

The chronic idiopathic Urticaria can also increase your chances of suffering from other types of Urticaria. As an effect of autoimmune this disease is difficult to cure. The possible cause of this reaction can be a food allergy. A change in the diet can be helpful but you should be careful not get malnutrition problems by it. Also trying to avoid the things that cause any type of allergy can also give some relief.

Patients who try to use any natural remedy for chronic idiopathic Urticaria should be careful as the compounds that are used in preparing them can cause further reactions.

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  • Anna says:

    I have been suffering from chronic hives for almost a year now and the only thing that has helped me has been acupuncture.
    It started after I got my appendix out. It became so bad I was in and out of the hospital once a week for almost 2 months. I have severe facial and joint swelling to the point where I cannot move. At one point each one of my vertebrae was so swollen you could see them sticking out on my back. My eyes swell shut, my hands blow up so that I can not hold anything in them, and my feet get so many hives and swell I cannot stand on them. I could not work and most days I couldnt even get out of bed. Most nights I would wake up in panic attacks because my skin was so covered in hive it felt like snake skin. I became depressed and and lost all hope when test after test came back negative
    After a suggestion from a family member I tried acupuncture. It has done wonders for me. I am not cured by my hives do not interfere with my life at all anymore, I have not missed work or a social event in months. Also I have not taken a steroid or allergy pill in almost 7 months. I still suffer from some swelling and hives but it is completely under control and getting better every day. I am treated with a Japanese style acupuncture and I take Chinese herbs every day. If you have the ability to be treated by an acupuncturist do it. It changed my life and it can do the same for you

    • Debbie says:

      Hello Anna
      Thank you for your comment. I had not considered acupuncture as a means of treating hives. Please keep me updated on your progress. I have also taken parts of your comment and added a post on the subject.

  • mark east says:

    hi my name is mark and i have suffered urtecaria for 14 years now,it got so bad once that i was in hospitial for two days as the swelling wouldnt go down im on two different anti histimines and have been for 12 years.ive been to addenbrookes hospitial ten times and they still cant resolve the cause of it.without the tablets my body gets up to 110degrees and once my throat blew up the size of a balloon.to this day i still dont know what my allergy is and i guess i will never know

  • Romeo King says:

    I really like your blog, keep it up!

  • Robena Sheller says:

    When will you create follow up to this post? need more details on urticaria cures

  • Carter Radcliff says:

    You should really add bookmarking widget to this page, so I could re-post it on my Twitter. I’ve also had chronic uticaria for just over a year now

    Carter

  • Marie says:

    I have had CIU since 2007, in 2009 I began Xolair shots which kept it away. Now Insurance will not cover it and I am back on too high a dose of steroids to get through the day. Like mark east never have found out what it comes from and don’t want to spend the rest of my life like this.

  • Ahminah says:

    I have been suffering with CIU for the past 7 years. I have always described it as having a really bad case of chicken pox 24/7. I am currently on 300mgs per day of Atarax, and to be honest it really doesn’t work anymore. I have tried different anti histamines but nothing works anymore. A friend of mine that is trying to loose weight mentioned a documentary called “Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead”. A few days ago I decided to watch the doc since there was nothing good on TV. I just assumed that the “Sick and Nearly Dead” part of the title was referring to the typical high blood pressure, diabetes, and cholesterol…I was WRONG the guy in the doc had CIU! I almost fell on the floor when he mentioned his illness. Basically he started juicing, plain and simple. I don’t know if I am ready to let go of my hamburgers yet, but I am definitely going to give it a shot. If you google it you can watch it online.

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