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Itchy skin rashes, prescribed livocitrizen and cotosteroids, Homeopathy

hai, facing itchy skin rashes from last 3 months...all test done tbc is normal, IgE is normal..nil haemoparasites. only globulin count is 3.7 in LFT while RFT is normal...dermotologist given livocitrizen for 1 month and one shot of 40 mg cotosteroids, she said it is just allergy or bug bite nothing elese but rashes are continue..2-3 each day and each substidized in 4-5 days..itching is much ... and at present I am on homeopathy...
Asked On : Fri, 11 Oct 2013
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Thanks for posting to HCM,
Itching can be prevented only to the extent that the underlying cause(s) of the itching can be prevented. For example, careful use of sunscreen products can prevent the itching .
Anti-itch creams and lotions like camphor.
Use ice pak.
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