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Allergies, skin itching, bleeding on scratching. Tried allopathy, homoeopathy. Permanent cure?

Hello sir, since childhood at age 8 yrs suffering with skin disease, allergy ,there is itching in my body when i rub, the blood comes out become red & turn to black spot, even if ant or mosquito bit also become red, use many allopathy , hoemopathy but no use, pls advise me is there parment treatmnet or not, we are middle class cant spend more money. my parents want to do marriage, can i go forward, or stop any problem in married life. pls advise the parment treatment thanksing u
Asked On : Sat, 16 Feb 2013
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U need an allergy testing to find out the probable allergen. If u r found to be sensitive to many proteins/allergens, u may need a short course of systemic steroids and then antihistamines for prolonged period of time. If antihistamines found to ineffective, u may need to take a low dose steroid daily.
But, u also need to rule out any infective causes like scabies, body lice etc
Answered: Sat, 16 Feb 2013
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