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Itching, red splotches due to body heat. Relieves after going to cold air. Reason?

Whenever my body got hot, I would get itchy all over and develop red splotches on my skin, which would disappear after my body cooled back down and the itching went away. The itching was unbareable (like pins sticking in every inch of my skin) and the red splotches were very noticeable when the itchiness ocurs. I would usually have to go and open my electric fan or go into cold air or something to get it to go away. I didn t even have to get very hot - it seemed like even if my body temperature rose only slightly, this would happen. Even if I do only some stretching or laughing for abou5 minutes, the itchiness will occur and will produce redness splotches all over my body.
Asked On : Sun, 27 Jan 2013
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sir/madam,
reading your symptoms it most probably appears to be a kind of urticaria triggered by heat. urticaria is a common skin allergy problem which is often associated with rhinitis or asthma . its known as atopy. the reasons for urticaria are many and some times it can be due to food allergies or cold or hot season or even exercise can trigger the attack of urticaria. hope you have got your answer. homeopathy has very good medicines for urticaria you can try taking homeopathy for the said condition.
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dr sabnis
Answered: Mon, 8 Jul 2013
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