People sometimes get itchy swellings on their bodies that go away after a while. In medicine, it's called Urticaria or Hives. Red, itchy bumps appear on the skin when there are skin reactions. As long as it doesn't go away, it is said to be "chronic." This happens when histamine and other chemicals are released on the skin in large amounts. This can cause Urticaria.
The chemicals that are released make the blood vessels in the parts of the skin that are affected open up. It causes red, pink, or pale bumps to appear out of nowhere. If there are erythematous flares around the bumps, they may be itchy. The bumps can be on their own or with the flares around them.
It affects the person's daily activities and makes them feel uncomfortable.
If you have a lot of red or skin-colored welts, they may show up anywhere on your body.
Some welts change in size and shape and fade away as the reaction runs its course.
Itching that can be very bad.
Painful swelling of the lips, eyes, and throat.
Because of things like heat and stress, the welt gets bigger.
There is a tendency for signs and symptoms to last more than six weeks and to come back again and again for some months or years.
In most cases, Chronic Urticaria doesn't cause any major problems. If it causes dizziness, trouble breathing, or swelling of your lips, eyelids, or tongue then it is best to go to the doctor to make sure it isn't a sign of something more serious.
When certain histamines and other chemicals get into the bloodstream, they cause Urticaria, which is an itchy rash. Urticaria can be caused by the following things:
Insects or parasites.
Heat or cold.
Pressure on the skin.
It's important to note that this condition could be caused by an underlying health condition. Visit the doctor to get checked out and treated.
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