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Have had urticaria, asthma, under-active thyroid. Taken prednisone. What is wrong?

I have had urticaria for 6 weeks which only resolved with the use of prednisone (oral). The rash comes and goes on my upper legs and my arms and is accompanied by small bruises on my legs, I am concerned because I have always had asthma and under active thyroid but with the rash I have has an increase in joint pain and am concerend i may have an autoimmune disease or vascultiis
Asked On : Sat, 2 Mar 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
ou have allergic problems only
If you are taking Thyroid medicines titrste with tsh levels

and after long time asthma ,the other organs are getting involved like allergic arthritis
You have to manage your allergies to control all organs
these normally happen in food allergies
get blood serum tested for food specific antibodies like milk wheat potato,rice nutsyou will get answer
go for elimination diet you will recover from all allergies with minimum medicines
Answered: Fri, 5 Apr 2013
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