Prev post1 of 3Next Urticaria, also referred to as hives, is a common skin disorder caused by both allergic and non-allergic reactions. Due to the reaction, the skin or tissue releases histamine or chemicals into the bloodstream. Urticaria can be acute or chronic, showing symptoms for a few weeks to several months. The most notable
Dermographia (Dermographism- Causes, Symptoms, Treatment) The clinical term of dermographia is dermatographic urticaria but it is commonly known as skin writing. As the name suggests, it is a type of skin disorder. While most sufferers do not experience pain, the commonly experienced symptoms can often be a nuisance. Understanding this condition comprehensively can go a long way in efforts to manage it.
Chronic spontaneous urticaria is a severe skin condition. One of the symptoms that people with CSU often experience is hives (raised, red itchy skin). The image shows a spontaneous urticaria - hives and flare Hives (black arrow) and flare (blue arrow)
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