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How to prevent skin allergies?
Skin allergy treatments
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How to prevent skin allergies (Urticaria)1?


If the cause of hives can be identified, the first thing you should focus on is avoiding known triggers. Common causes of urticaria include: 1

  Blood transfusions

  Bacterial infections

  Latex

  Physical stimuli: such as hot or cold exercise, or sun exposure

  Certain food: such as nuts, eggs and shellfish

  Medicines: such as antibiotics, aspirin and ibuprofen

  Pollen

  Pet dander

 

Skin allergy treatments


Antihistamines are a frequently recommended treatment for hives (urticaria). 1

They work by blocking the effect of histamine, a chemical in the skin that can cause allergy symptoms.1

In addition to antihistamines, your allergist may recommend cold compresses or anti-itch salves to ease the symptoms.1
Severe episodes of urticaria may require temporary treatment with a corticosteroid medication or an immune modulator. If your reaction involves swelling of your tongue or lips, or you have trouble breathing, your allergist may prescribe an epinephrine (adrenaline).1

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    1. American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology. Hives (Urticaria). www.acaai.org. 2014


    2. Telfast 120 mg and Telfast 180 mg PIL revision date November 2020.


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