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What medicines should I take to permanently do away with urticaria ?

hi dr.I am sufferring from skin problem like urticaria..from last 5-6 years..was taking medicines but still coudnt find any change or improvement in my skin problem i get red rashes non-itching rshes all over my body scalp,behind ears evrywhere which disappers in 5-10 min.but dr.saying he doesnt no when to stop medicine... i want a permanent solution ..because i cant or i dont like to take medicines everyday..dr gave me allegra 180 mg and atarax 10 mg on al;tenate days and dexicam 360 i afternun every day but no improvement .I am fed up and stoped taking medicine ..bcoz i dint find any impvement..and dr told me he dosnt know the solution..PLs PLS pls pls help me...........
Asked On : Sun, 27 Mar 2011
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Hi,thanks for query,please go for blood sugar and allergy testing done to check for the cause of urticaria.this will definitely give clue to diagnosis and then effective treatment can be done.Talk to your doctor about deworming also as sometimes a simple thing like worm infestation can give rise to this.
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Answered: Mon, 18 Jul 2011
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