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Suffering from urticaria and angioedema. Taking antihistamine. History of hypo-plastic bone marrow syndrome. Any suggestion?

My brother is suffering frm urticaria and angioedema for last few days. Doctor has prescribed him a antihistamine, Ranitidine 300mg and a steroid But result is not so satisfactory. For different purpose he is also taking some medicines like- 1) Tab Cilentra 10 mg, 2.) Zapiz 0.25mg ( For mood related problem) and 3). Andriol Testocaps & 4). Fertyl-M (Clomifene) Moreover, 12 yrs back he had suffered from hypo-plastic bone marrow syndrome. We are looking for your valuable clinical suggestion.
Asked On : Sun, 24 Jun 2012
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Thanks for writing to us.
The urticaria can be related to an allergic reaction. Taking low dose oral steroids ay help in improving the symptoms.
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Dr. Praveen Tayal ,
Answered: Thu, 17 Apr 2014
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