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Itching in the body, after sleep. Took Lortine, temporary releif.Cause for itching?

Hi doc! İt has been like a month tuat i have developed this condition where i get wheals on my body Especially on the trunk and thigh after i wake up from sleep! Otherwise, İm okay throught the day! İ thought i was garlic allergy , i took Lortine for couple of days and got better Now that i havent ingested garlic, i still have this itchiness when ibwake up! Even if i sleep in the daytime, once i wake up all my body is itchy! Sometimes only erythematous plaque produces after itching, and some other times Wheal!! What might be the possible cause?!
Asked On : Sun, 30 Dec 2012
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It seems that you might having some allergy due to something bite like mosqutos or bed bugs.
As you got this allergy after getting up, possibilty of having bed bugs are likely.
Many a time this type of allergy might be due to worm infestation.
Go for one deworming medicine course.
Continue Lortine few days more.
Keep your beds and clothes clean and observe for any type of insects there.
Ok and take care.
Answered: Mon, 5 Aug 2013
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