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Itchy skin on back, arms. Pores swell, turn reddish on scratching. Allergy? How to stop?

Hi, for the past few months I occasionally get itchy especially on my back and arms,after I scratch the pores on my skin swell up and look reddish but disappear after approximately 20minutes..the itch then moves to a different spot..When I take an anti allergy I do not experience this problem..Is this just an allergy and when is it going stop???
Asked On : Thu, 6 Dec 2012
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hello sir plz you need to mention your diet habbits age sex job for proper diagnosis.
ayurveda has speciality in treating such cases after treatment you dont need to take medication again and again.

It is effect of pitta kafa & rakta dushti.
some diet modification and ayurvedic medicine give you permnent relief from this ailment.
virechan laghu sut shekhar aampachak vati haridra khand are very effective and time proven.
kamdudha rasa sada 500 mg four times a day with laghu sootshekhar rasa 250 mg wil give u the best results.
Also take sarivadyasava in a dose of 30 ml twice a day
these wil help to stabilize the mast cell membrane.
have a nice day feel free to ask in detail
Answered: Thu, 6 Dec 2012
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