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What is urticaria(Hives)?

Diploma In Gastroenterology, Diploma In Dermatology, BHMS
Homeopath, Hyderabad
What is urticaria(Hives)?

What is Urticaria(Hives)?

Hives are a red, raised, itchy skin rash that is sometimes triggered by an allergen. An allergen is something that produces an allergic reaction.
It is also known as urticaria, welts, weals, or nettle rash.

When an allergic reaction occurs, the body releases a protein called histamine. When histamine is released, the tiny blood vessels known as capillaries leak fluid. The fluid accumulates in the skin and causes a rash.
Hives affect around 20 percent of people at some time in their life.
It is not contagious.

Types:

There are two types of hives - short-lived (acute) and long-term (chronic). Neither is typically life-threatening, though any swelling in the throat or any other symptom that restricts breathing requires immediate emergency care.

Causes:

Urticaria occurs when the body reacts to an allergen and releases histamine and other chemicals from under the surface of the skin.

The histamine and chemicals cause inflammation and fluid to accumulate under the skin, causing wheals.

Examples of known triggers include:

  • Medications, including some antibiotics and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), such as aspirin and ACE inhibitors, used for high blood pressure
  • Foods, such nuts, shellfish, food additives, eggs, strawberries, and wheat products
  • Infections, including influenza, the common cold, glandular fever, and hepatitis B
  • bacterial infections, including urinary tract infections and strep throat
  • Intestinal parasites
  • Extreme temperatures or changes in temperature
  • High body temperature
  • Pet dander from dogs, cats, horses, and so on
  • Dust mites
  • Cockroaches and cockroach waste
  • Latex
  • Pollen
  • Some plants, including nettles, poison ivy, and poison oak
  • Insect bites and stings
  • Some chemicals
  • chronic illness, such as thyroid disease or lupus
  • Sunlight exposure
  • Water on the skin
  • Scratching
  • Exercise

In over half of all cases, people never find the exact cause.

Chronic urticaria may start as an autoimmune response, but why it happens is unclear.

Symptoms:

Symptoms can last anywhere from minutes to months - or even years.

While they resemble bug bites, hives (also known as urticaria) are different in several ways:

Hives can appear on any area of the body; they may change shape, move around, disappear and reappear over short periods of time.
The bumps - red or skin-colored “wheals” with clear edges - usually appear suddenly and go away just as quickly.
Pressing the center of a red hive makes it turn white - a process called “blanching.”

Diagonsis:

A single episode of hives does not usually call for extensive testing. If a food allergy is suspected, consider keeping track of what you eat. This will help you discover whether there is a link between what you’re eating and when you break out with hives.

Chronic hives should be evaluated by an allergist, who will ask about your and your family’s medical history, substances to which you are exposed at home and at work, exposure to pets or other animals and any medications you’ve taken recently. If you have been keeping a food diary, show it to your allergist.

Your allergist may want to conduct skin tests, blood tests and urine tests to identify the cause of your hives. If a specific food is the suspected trigger, your allergist may do a skin-prick test or a blood test to confirm the diagnosis; once the trigger is identified, you’ll likely be advised to avoid that food and products made from it. In rare instances, the allergist may recommend an oral food challenge - a carefully monitored test in which you’ll eat a measured amount of the suspected trigger to see if hives develop. If a medication is suspected as the trigger, your allergist can conduct similar tests, and a cautious drug challenge - similar to an oral food challenge, but with medications - may also be needed to confirm the diagnosis. Because of the possibility of anaphylaxis, a life-threatening allergic reaction, these challenge tests should be done only under strict medical supervision, with emergency medication and equipment at hand.

In cases where vasculitis may be the cause, your allergist may conduct a skin biopsy and send it to a dermatopathologist to examine under a microscope.

The cause of chronic hives is often difficult to identify.

Role of Homeopathy:

Homeopathy treats the person as a whole. It means that the treatment focuses on the patient as a person as well as his pathological condition. The medicines are selected after a full individualizing examination and case analysis, which includes the medical history of the patient, physical and mental constitution and so on.
Homeopathy provides natural constitutional remedies for treating this condition from the roots and not just working on the symptom but repairs the derangement which is causing this. It offers excellent treatment which is effective, harmless, and without any side effects. It is also recommended in the most obstinate cases.

Today homeopathic remedies are the best non surgical solution for all.
 

What is Hives(Urticaria)?

BHMS, Diploma in Dermatology
Homeopath, Hyderabad
What is Hives(Urticaria)?

What is Urticaria(Hives)?

Hives are a red, raised, itchy skin rash that is sometimes triggered by an allergen. An allergen is something that produces an allergic reaction.
It is also known as urticaria, welts, weals, or nettle rash.

When an allergic reaction occurs, the body releases a protein called histamine. When histamine is released, the tiny blood vessels known as capillaries leak fluid. The fluid accumulates in the skin and causes a rash.
Hives affect around 20 percent of people at some time in their life.
It is not contagious.

Types:

There are two types of hives - short-lived (acute) and long-term (chronic). Neither is typically life-threatening, though any swelling in the throat or any other symptom that restricts breathing requires immediate emergency care.

Causes:

Urticaria occurs when the body reacts to an allergen and releases histamine and other chemicals from under the surface of the skin.

The histamine and chemicals cause inflammation and fluid to accumulate under the skin, causing wheals.

Examples of known triggers include:

  • Medications, including some antibiotics and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), such as aspirin and ACE inhibitors, used for high blood pressure
  • Foods, such nuts, shellfish, food additives, eggs, strawberries, and wheat products
  • Infections, including influenza, the common cold, glandular fever, and hepatitis B
  • bacterial infections, including urinary tract infections and strep throat
  • Intestinal parasites
  • Extreme temperatures or changes in temperature
  • High body temperature
  • Pet dander from dogs, cats, horses, and so on
  • Dust mites
  • Cockroaches and cockroach waste
  • Latex
  • Pollen
  • Some plants, including nettles, poison ivy, and poison oak
  • Insect bites and stings
  • Some chemicals
  • chronic illness, such as thyroid disease or lupus
  • Sunlight exposure
  • Water on the skin
  • Scratching
  • Exercise

In over half of all cases, people never find the exact cause.

Chronic urticaria may start as an autoimmune response, but why it happens is unclear.

Symptoms:

Symptoms can last anywhere from minutes to months - or even years.

While they resemble bug bites, hives (also known as urticaria) are different in several ways:

Hives can appear on any area of the body; they may change shape, move around, disappear and reappear over short periods of time.
The bumps - red or skin-colored “wheals” with clear edges - usually appear suddenly and go away just as quickly.
Pressing the center of a red hive makes it turn white - a process called “blanching.”

Diagonsis:

A single episode of hives does not usually call for extensive testing. If a food allergy is suspected, consider keeping track of what you eat. This will help you discover whether there is a link between what you’re eating and when you break out with hives.

Chronic hives should be evaluated by an allergist, who will ask about your and your family’s medical history, substances to which you are exposed at home and at work, exposure to pets or other animals and any medications you’ve taken recently. If you have been keeping a food diary, show it to your allergist.

Your allergist may want to conduct skin tests, blood tests and urine tests to identify the cause of your hives. If a specific food is the suspected trigger, your allergist may do a skin-prick test or a blood test to confirm the diagnosis; once the trigger is identified, you’ll likely be advised to avoid that food and products made from it. In rare instances, the allergist may recommend an oral food challenge - a carefully monitored test in which you’ll eat a measured amount of the suspected trigger to see if hives develop. If a medication is suspected as the trigger, your allergist can conduct similar tests, and a cautious drug challenge - similar to an oral food challenge, but with medications - may also be needed to confirm the diagnosis. Because of the possibility of anaphylaxis, a life-threatening allergic reaction, these challenge tests should be done only under strict medical supervision, with emergency medication and equipment at hand.

In cases where vasculitis may be the cause, your allergist may conduct a skin biopsy and send it to a dermatopathologist to examine under a microscope.

The cause of chronic hives is often difficult to identify.

Role of Homeopathy:

Homeopathy treats the person as a whole. It means that the treatment focuses on the patient as a person as well as his pathological condition. The medicines are selected after a full individualizing examination and case analysis, which includes the medical history of the patient, physical and mental constitution and so on.
Homeopathy provides natural constitutional remedies for treating this condition from the roots and not just working on the symptom but repairs the derangement which is causing this. It offers excellent treatment which is effective, harmless, and without any side effects. It is also recommended in the most obstinate cases.

Today homeopathic remedies are the best non surgical solution for all.
 

What is Hives(urticaria)?

BHMS
Homeopath, Hyderabad

What is Urticaria(Hives)?

Hives are a red, raised, itchy skin rash that is sometimes triggered by an allergen. An allergen is something that produces an allergic reaction.
It is also known as urticaria, welts, weals, or nettle rash.

When an allergic reaction occurs, the body releases a protein called histamine. When histamine is released, the tiny blood vessels known as capillaries leak fluid. The fluid accumulates in the skin and causes a rash.
Hives affect around 20 percent of people at some time in their life.
It is not contagious.

Types:

There are two types of hives - short-lived (acute) and long-term (chronic). Neither is typically life-threatening, though any swelling in the throat or any other symptom that restricts breathing requires immediate emergency care.

Causes:

Urticaria occurs when the body reacts to an allergen and releases histamine and other chemicals from under the surface of the skin.

The histamine and chemicals cause inflammation and fluid to accumulate under the skin, causing wheals.

Examples of known triggers include:

medications, including some antibiotics and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), such as aspirin and ACE inhibitors, used for high blood pressure
foods, such nuts, shellfish, food additives, eggs, strawberries, and wheat products
infections, including influenza, the common cold, glandular fever, and hepatitis B
bacterial infections, including urinary tract infections and strep throat
intestinal parasites
extreme temperatures or changes in temperature
high body temperature
pet dander from dogs, cats, horses, and so on
dust mites
cockroaches and cockroach waste
latex
pollen
some plants, including nettles, poison ivy, and poison oak
insect bites and stings
some chemicals
chronic illness, such as thyroid disease or lupus
sunlight exposure
water on the skin
scratching
exercise
In over half of all cases, people never find the exact cause.

Chronic urticaria may start as an autoimmune response, but why it happens is unclear.

Symptoms:

Symptoms can last anywhere from minutes to months - or even years.

While they resemble bug bites, hives (also known as urticaria) are different in several ways:

Hives can appear on any area of the body; they may change shape, move around, disappear and reappear over short periods of time.
The bumps - red or skin-colored “wheals” with clear edges - usually appear suddenly and go away just as quickly.
Pressing the center of a red hive makes it turn white - a process called “blanching.”

diagonsis:

A single episode of hives does not usually call for extensive testing. If a food allergy is suspected, consider keeping track of what you eat. This will help you discover whether there is a link between what you’re eating and when you break out with hives.

Chronic hives should be evaluated by an allergist, who will ask about your and your family’s medical history, substances to which you are exposed at home and at work, exposure to pets or other animals and any medications you’ve taken recently. If you have been keeping a food diary, show it to your allergist.

Your allergist may want to conduct skin tests, blood tests and urine tests to identify the cause of your hives. If a specific food is the suspected trigger, your allergist may do a skin-prick test or a blood test to confirm the diagnosis; once the trigger is identified, you’ll likely be advised to avoid that food and products made from it. In rare instances, the allergist may recommend an oral food challenge - a carefully monitored test in which you’ll eat a measured amount of the suspected trigger to see if hives develop. If a medication is suspected as the trigger, your allergist can conduct similar tests, and a cautious drug challenge - similar to an oral food challenge, but with medications - may also be needed to confirm the diagnosis. Because of the possibility of anaphylaxis, a life-threatening allergic reaction, these challenge tests should be done only under strict medical supervision, with emergency medication and equipment at hand.

In cases where vasculitis may be the cause, your allergist may conduct a skin biopsy and send it to a dermatopathologist to examine under a microscope.

The cause of chronic hives is often difficult to identify.

Role of Homeopathy:

Homeopathy treats the person as a whole. It means that the treatment focuses on the patient as a person as well as his pathological condition. The medicines are selected after a full individualizing examination and case analysis, which includes the medical history of the patient, physical and mental constitution and so on.
Homeopathy provides natural constitutional remedies for treating this condition from the roots and not just working on the symptom but repairs the derangement which is causing this. It offers excellent treatment which is effective, harmless, and without any side effects. It is also recommended in the most obstinate cases.

Today homeopathic remedies are the best non surgical solution for all.
You can easily take an online consultation for further treatment guidance and permanent cure without any side effects.

I am suffering for heavy hair loss from one ear and I also have large amount of dandruff on my head suggestions to decrease this.

BHMS, Diploma in Dermatology
Homeopath, Hyderabad
I am suffering for heavy hair loss from one ear and I also have large amount of dandruff on my head suggestions to de...
Apply Oil Regularly Heat the oil till it becomes warm. Then massage it gently on your scalp and leave it for an hour. Shampoo your hair. Apply hair oil at least once a week.
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Skin Health Tip!

MBBS, DDV, Aesthetic medicine
Dermatologist, Delhi
Skin Health Tip!

Facial spray water has a quality of providing your skin with an instant freshness and removing dryness. Use it once on a hectic day and obtain the best results.

 

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I am having pimples since last 5-6 years. No I am 20 and having pimples mainly on the cheeks and forehead. I have a very oily type skin, and every morning I wake up, I find huge chunk of oil on my face. I use proper and routine washing of my face with face wash. Also point to be noted, I don't have sufficient water intake. Please can you consult me how to get rid of this acne/pimple?

MCh - Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, MS - General Surgery, MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
Cosmetic/Plastic Surgeon, Delhi
I am having pimples since last 5-6 years. No I am 20 and having pimples mainly on the cheeks and forehead. I have a v...
Hello. This is a very common problem in humid areas, please avoid oily meals, plenty of water. Face wash thrice a day minimum. And special ointments or chemical peels which I can not prescribe on this platform, kindly send me your pics so that I can help you with that. Good luck.
1 person found this helpful
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Sir I have big acne problem after that it forms black spot I have suffering since 2015 help me sir (is regular masturbating effect to skin)

BHMS, Diploma in Dermatology
Homeopath, Hyderabad
Sir I have big acne problem after that it forms black spot I have suffering since 2015 help me sir (is regular mastur...
Wash your face three times a day with a gentle cleanser like Cetaphil. Keep your skin moisturized. Use a spot-on, topical treatment that contains benzoyl peroxide. Use an astringent with alcohol and acetone once a day. Exfoliate your skin only two or three times a week.
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I am suffering from itching in my body, specially in lower part of body (thigh, hip,fingers etc) .and it is expanding. Please prescribe me some medicine or any prescription.

BHMS
Homeopath, Noida
I am suffering from itching in my body, specially in lower part of body (thigh, hip,fingers etc) .and it is expanding...
It can be because of Dryness of skin which is v common at this time of year. Apply coconut oil daily. For details consult online.
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5 Amazing Benefits Of Chemical Peels!

MBBS, MD - Dermatology
Dermatologist, Gurgaon
5 Amazing Benefits Of Chemical Peels!

Our skin requires proper care from time to time, and therefore it is essential to implement the right steps at the right time. Peels are useful assets for polishing and bringing life to our skin. In today’s age, it becomes difficult to maintain the tone and texture of the skin. So, peels help in making this successful in the best ways.

Here are some of the notable and effective advantages of peel treatment.

  1. Cleansing your skin: Are you tired of dull skin? Then it’s time to opt for a peel treatment. There are different types of peel treatment which lead to excellent results for the skin tone and texture. It helps in cleansing the skin especially the facial skin. It works deep through the facial skin successfully thus leading to much improved and clean skin.
  2. Works well for acne: Acne is one of the most commonly occurring skin problems in the recent times. It leads to a severe change in the looks of the facial skin. Acne results in deposition of the dirt in the clogged pores when not treated for an extended period. Various peel treatments help in bringing out the dirt from the pores, thus clearing the areas affected by acne.
  3. Radiant skin: Peel treatments are useful in creating radiant skin just after the procedure. If you are struggling with bringing that glow to your facial skin, then peel treatments work best for almost every type of skin. After the peel treatment, you will be able to see the change in your skin with grace and appreciate the results immediately.
  4. Revive your skin: Daily exposure to sun damages the sensitive skin after a certain period. This leads to the necessity to bring back that tone and texture of your skin. Peel treatments are effective in reviving the quality of the skin. So, if you are planning to opt for some new type of skin treatment in the sooner time then make sure that you try peel treatments for reviving back your precious facial skin.
  5. Can cure wrinkled skin: With age, all of us tend to get wrinkles, and these are most prominent on the facial part of the skin. In order to prevent any adverse effects of aging on the looks of the individual, wrinkles can be cured with the help of peel treatment. So, opt for the best peel treatments to get rid of the wrinkled skin.

Thus, if you are looking for some of the fine solutions for improvement of the facial skin then make sure that you choose for the peel treatments. These are some of the advantageous features of the peel treatments which fetch the desired results for the skin.

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Restrict Hair Fall With Ayurveda!

MD - Ayurveda
Ayurveda, Nagpur
Restrict  Hair Fall With Ayurveda!

Hair loss can be harrowing for both men and women, especially if it tends to be above normal for extended periods of time. Losing more hair than that can signify problems within the body such as hormonal changes, ageing, lifestyle-related issues etc. 

Lifestyle change tips to avoid hair fallEven before getting into Ayurvedic remedies to control the loss of hair, it is important to reduce the problems which may be contributing to the problem in the first place. Some of the things that you may be required to do are:

  1. Maintain or start of on a healthy diet and cut fatty, oily and processed foods from your diet.
  2. Start exercising to ensure that your body is in the best shape it possibly can be and thus everything within, is functioning optimally.
  3. Start doing yoga, breathing exercises and other meditative techniques to ensure that your stress levels are kept under control.
  4. Get head massages regularly as they improve blood circulation within the scalp 
  5. Quit smoking, excessive alcohol consumption and inculcate good sleep habits which help prevent hair loss problems. 

Controlling hair loss with Ayurvedic tips:

  1. Indian gooseberry or amla: A pack of amla, bramhi and henna powder can be made with curd and water. Apply it and keep it for a couple of hours and then wash it off. Amla juice mixed with lemon juice can be massaged on the scalp after the wash. This will make the follicles on your scalp stronger. 
  2. Ritha: An age old solution to hair problems, Ritha is also known as soapberry as it contains naturally foamy and cleansing agents. Crush the Ritha seeds and keep them soaked in water overnight. Wash your hair with the mixture in the morning and continue for a month to see visible results.
  3. Aloe vera with cumin seeds: Mix about one-third cup of aloe vera juice with a little bit of cumin or Jeera powder. Use this mixture at least twice a day, for a few months to see results in the prevention of hair thinning.
  4. Bhringaraaj: One of the most effective Ayurvedic herbs used in many medicines, it can be taken internally to help the system repair the hair related problems, or applied externally as Bhringaraaj oil to encourage hair growth and stopping hair loss.
  5. Brahmi oil: Considered brain food in its herb form, Brahmi oil is known to be very good for hair-related ailments and is very effective at stopping hair loss and help new hair growth.
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