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Itchy reddish spots on the skin . Reason?

I Have Red Dots That Appear And Disapear Randomly, They Seem To Be Connected With Changes In Heat And Cold . It Depends On How Hot Or Cold It Is, Sometimes Ill Get As Little As Ten To As Most As Uncountable. They Vary In Size And Itch Sometimes. Doesnt Matter On The Temp They Always Produce Heat Even If Its Really Hot Out. Once I Went To The Doctor For It They Said They Didnt Know, But My Skin Was Extremely Sensative And That They Didnt Know What It Was.
Asked On : Mon, 5 Nov 2012
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Hi Dear,
i can imagine the situation when a doctor say they didnt know what it was :)
But anyways i have gathered from your question is that you are definitely suffering from Urticaria it will need a formal discusion to reach to a final type of it but i think cold or cholinergic urticarias must be differentiated at this point.
You have to do some labs aswel like a FBC,LFTS and a Urine R/E.
But the good news is you can use certain anti histamines in the meanwhile
like Tablet Fexofenadine 180mg daily in the day and
Tablet Zyrtec 10 mg in the night for atleast 2-4 weeks before you come up with your results.
Dont get so hopeless just try to discuss it with a dermatologist that could it be certain type of urticaria and then i am sure he ll manage from there,
all the best
Answered: Mon, 5 Nov 2012
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