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I have some skin rashes due to change the resident

hi i am 34 years old we have shifted to dubai about a month now I started having skin rash and itching for the past 4 to 5 days it appears and after some hrs it disappears I am taking cetrizine After taking the tab it is reducing but again the next day rash appears what is the solution?
Asked On : Thu, 3 Mar 2011
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  User's Response
your rashes appear to be allergic,take 1 tab Zentel once atnight,try to find as to with what you are allergic.stop eating or using it or you can get allergy test done.
Answered: Thu, 3 Mar 2011
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You are suffering from a skin allergy known as uritcaria/hives. Its pretty common to have this condition, when you move from a different city/country. Cetrizine is the remedy for this condition. You can try homeopathy, safely, for urticaria as well.
Answered: Thu, 3 Mar 2011
Ophthalmologist Dr. Nyla's  Response
hello dear,
do you have any history of allergic reactions before?just rule out if your allergic to dust or any new products(soap,detergents etc) which you have started to use recently,insect bite/exposure to sunlight/dandruff/new there any scaling on the rash
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Ayurveda Specialist Dr. Rajesh Lakhanpaul's  Response
i agree with dr. dhamija wormicide many a times gives good rellief. it can be due to external allergens also. cetrizine is ok . you can apply cocconut oil with camphor in it. Amongst herbs we depend much on turmeric and other blood purifying herbs along with gandhak. You can have haridra khand with tab. urtitab or gandhak rasayan.
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