Prev post1 of 3Next Hives, also known as urticaria, are defined as a sudden outbreak of swollen, pale-red bumps or plaques (welts) on the skin. Hives are usually caused by an allergic reaction to a substance that you encountered or swallowed. Due to the allergic reaction, your body releases a protein called histamine, which in
Headaches became trending this week. Everything moves around them. Whenever I open up to read something new, there they are. Headaches and their possible cures. Maybe the Internet wants to tell me something. This holiday season could give me lots of headaches. I’m not worried. I’ve read and shared with you a couple of solutions. I’m ready. Jokes aside, no one wants to feel this pain. However, every time you get a headache something is different. I mean, the pain is there and takes over your…
moroccan-rust. See the flare of rust? Oh no. New eye drops, new hairspray, what is causing this case of the hives? I suffered 2 weeks with horrific hives. I mean suffered. I itched everywhere. My Neuro, Internest, steriods, all tried but the trip to the Dermo and a cortisone shot plus other drugs made life tolerable again. Thank God. What more? Month 7.
When I first set out to figure out the root cause of my Hashimoto’s, I took an inventory of all of my symptoms, in an effort to find an underlying connection. (I highly suggest that you make your own health timeline to help guide you as well). My health troubles started during my freshman year in undergrad, after catching “mono”, a common viral infection that is caused by the Epstein-Barr virus.