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Having hives everyday all over body, thumb swelled , hurt. What are my treatment options?

I have been having hives everyday all over my body and just last night my thumbs swelled and they hurt. It was laast November that I had tiger prawns which I m allergic too and I got an allergic reaction . Since then I haven t had any tiger prawns but I wake up everyday with hives all over me. I ve had the hives for about 3 months now but the swelling is new. Now my thumbs have swelled and they hurt a little
Asked On : Mon, 4 Mar 2013
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You have urticaria with angioedema
You need to take antihistamine like cetrizine
First we have to find out cause for it
In severe case steroid may be given
Better to consult dermatologist
You have to take medicine regularly to have control over urticaria
I hope I have answered your question
Answered: Mon, 4 Mar 2013
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