How to cure hives?

April 22 21:59 2019 Print This Article

It includes the histamine antagonists and other treatments. There is no treatment guarantee for this disorder. It is difficult to control the attacks and few population is resistant to the treatment. It is difficult to treat. There may be a need of new medicines. It is quite difficult to determine the medicine like loratadine which requires a day or two to make up to effective levels and the condition is intermittent and the out break clears up without any treatment.

Most of the treatment plans for this disorder are aware of ones triggers but it can be difficult measure as the triggers are multiple and so are the different types of utricaria. The people have more than one type. The symptoms are not known and there is not any clear trigger for it. If we can identify one trigger it can be managed by the limiting ones exposure to the situation.

The drug treatment involves the use of anti histamines like di phenydramine, hydroxyzine, cetrizine and Hi receptor anatagonists. They are taken regularly for the protective effect and may also halt the attack. The disease is physiological in origin and the psychological treatments like the stress management can lessen the severity and occurrence. The methods similar to the psychological pain management can be used to shift the focus away from the dis comfort and itchiness during the attack. The H2 receptor antagonist like cemitidine and ranitidine can help to control the symptoms. They act prophylactic ally by decreasing the symptoms. It is taken in combination with the H1 antagonist and it shows a synergetic effect which is more effective than the other treatments. The use of ranitidine and other H2 antagonist for urticaria is an off label use. As these drugs are mainly used for the treatment of peptic ulcer disease and gastro esophageal reflux diseases.

There are other treatments which involve the tri cyclic anti depressants like doxepin and are potent H1 and H 2 antagonists. They have a role in the therapy and but their side effects are limited. In the case of severe outbreaks one uses oral corticosteroids like the prednisolone. It is a controversial treatment as it requires a use of corticosteroids which has side effects and is not a long term recommended option.

In the year 2008 an Australian company performed the clinical trials with an analogue of alpha melanocyte stimulating hormone known as the afamelanotide. It is used in the treatment of solar utricaria and is a type of utricaria which develops due to the wavelengths of light. The children with intermittent utricaria angiodema were fed with 7 food activities. It includes the tartrazine, sun set yellow, erythrosine, sodium benzoate and acetyl salicyclic acid with aspartame. The reaction to food activities is common and the authors suggest that the food additive intolerance is common in children with recurrent or intermittent utricaria angioedema and aspartame may lead to the utricaria angioedema in child hood.

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