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Which is the best treatment for hennoch s purpura ?

Lady 55 yo. I am having this disease many years, They come and go. I would like to ask: *What is the best treatment I must do & don t? *is the condition getting worse in cold weather & link to allergy? *Is there any the food/vegies/fruits cause this disease or chemical or infectons?. *Is there any supplem./Vitamin good for me?... Thank you for your answer.
Asked On : Thu, 9 Jun 2011
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General Surgeon 's  Response
welcome to hcm
HSP has got a very good prognosis so do not worry..let me know about your treatment history..drugs like cyclophophamide and steroids can be very effective..there is nothing much u can do with your diet cos it is a vaculitis..consult your doc once again and try out other medications..u ll be fine..take care
Answered: Thu, 30 Jun 2011
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Dermatologist Dr. Gaurav Patel's  Response
it is type of vasculitis and very common condition.
let me ans ur questions.
-the best treatment is immunosuppersent like corticosteroid ,methotrexate ,cyclosporin etc.
antibiotic also given as there is infection in many cases.
-allergy may be associated with it if it is due to autoimmune reason .
-change in weather may affect it ,so be careful during it
-no special foods or chemical to take care
-infection surely increase it ,so be healthy to avoid it
it is not a serious condition but u need to be very caution in each thing.
Answered: Thu, 30 Jun 2011
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