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Itching on upper part of hands extending to lower parts of legs and swelling, eases with Montecip-LC. Permanent solution?

Hi Doc, Myself Lucky of 24 yrs age... I started getting itching starting with upper part of hands preceding thighs and lower parts of legs and started getting swelling kind of rashes all over where i scratched.... Upon my friend s advice i took Montecip-LC tab which gave me relief in 15 mins.. But i started experiencing in the next day too,and after getting the same tab it got ok... Im getting addicted to it? Dont we have permanent remedy off it? Pls suggest ...Thank You in advance
Asked On : Tue, 19 Feb 2013
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Hi Lakshmi,
From the description it seems, you are having acute urticaria.
In most of the cases no underlying cause can be found, however infection, worm infestation, drug or certain foods can precipitate its occurrence.
The treatment is anti histaminics that you are already taking. Kindly continue with montecip- LC for a week or so then discontinue it to see if the rashes still occur. If they do, continue it for another two weeks and consult a dermatologist.
Hope that helps.
Answered: Wed, 20 Feb 2013
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