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Skin inflammation in winters with itches, recommended Dynolap. What could be the reason ?

I have skin inflammation in winters and it itches and cures by itself in 2 - 3 hours. I had a blood test recommended by doctor and everything was fine, he recommended Dynolap 5mg I am not able to find the reason of such allergy which continues the whoe winter and it happens everyday(anytime) and cures by itself even though i don not take medicine. Can anyone please help. Thanks
Asked On : Thu, 8 Nov 2012
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Hi Pooja,
You must be suffering from urticaria.
There is a long list of causes of urticaria - infection, infestation, intake of specific food item or drug etc. Many a times it is idiopathic i.e. we do not find any cause.
It may be autoimmune, which means some autoantibodies have formed.
If your doctor has put you on Dynolap, then do one thing - take the medicine daily irrespective of the rash appearing or not. Second thing is that take it at a fixed time.
Dr. Ajit Singh Kulhari
MD - Skin & VD
Answered: Thu, 8 Nov 2012
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