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AdvDermatolAllergol 23h
Does treatment affect serum dehydroepiandrosterone sulphate levels in chronic idiopathic ?
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Chronic_stillness ⏱ 26 Feb 18
2 exhausting hrs waiting at Drs while crashed out only to be told “if you think your itchy you will be itchy” & pressured into taking antidepressants. I’m so tired of being told I’m some how making my symptoms happen,this isn’t a choice! Why are we treated so unfairly?
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Dr Daisy Bennett Jul 8
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jackmaypole 24 Jan 18
/ Poser: Would you rather have or ? (And what are those pesky things, anyway?). again;
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KarinSieger Jun 26
Op cancelled last minute. A diligent anaesthetist + surgical team realised that a post chicken pox allergy needs to be investigated before safe anaesthetic. Luckily I had mentioned it this morning, as I had been doing since Feb.
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Skin can speak Feb 26
Stress is a key factor that aggravates Urticaria Read more to find out how stress aggravates your skin condition.
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PeachesMA Nov 16
Woke up then passed out then woke up very late today. Took a double dose of anti-allergy for my # last night. Bangag. It all started 2 years ago... dahil ba allergic ako sa adming ito? 🤔
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jogaskincreates Apr 23
(Ignore my messy hair) So, far so good. Before I took my meds this morning and my swelling has gone down significantly. Let's hope it stays this way.🤞🤞🤞🤞🤞🤞👏👏👋
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Coach Carolyn 💜 Sep 14
Such sadness hearing the passing of Yasmina Ykelenstam, ‘Healing Histamines’. She’s been uttterly life changing 4 those off us in the debilitating world of , illness etc. Was Due to both her & the wisdom of that were life changing 4 me. such a loss
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Annie Rowe CDG Feb 16
people, what are you taking at the moment? Is Triludan still a winner + epipen? Thanks xx (rubbish, isn't it 😕)
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Lᴏkᴇ 🥶🐝🥵inadequate ronis Mar 17
This Harry Potter ass bullshit
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Jess Oct 9
All I've done is put shoes on for work. Screw you hives! And yes I've itched it and yes I know I'm an idiot. 😣
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Atoosa Kourosh Nov 16
In my experience predominant chronic is even more difficult to treat. Good to see montelukast - relatively low risk intervention -did show symptom improvement but this was a retrospective trial.
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Dr Tom Marrs 27 Oct 17
The opportunities of Clinical Village learning; the old tools for pressure now not necessary (no one was harmed)
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Dennis Cambly Apr 21
? anyone know of a means to help? It's an itch under your skin spreading through your body. Your skin feels lose via
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Alison Sears Nov 14
We are looking for people with to join our study at Guy’s Hospital, London. £150 compensation for time/travel.
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CSPA Jan 23
Hey . Do you have chronic hives or Chronic Idiopathic ? Do you know someone who does? Come to our free information session on Feb 6 - email kathrynclay@canadianskin.ca for more info and to register.
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Smriti Shrestha, MD 1 Dec 17
Chronic skin diseases with very high TPO antibodies. Dont we need to address that??
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Atoosa Kourosh Nov 16
Older, obese patients may need higher than previous recommended doses of omalizumab for chronic
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Nurse Practitioners & Physician Assistants Forum Feb 1
PAs and NPs in often encounter patients with and need to know how to distinguish acute and chronic conditions. Joseph C English III, M.D. provided his insight on urticaria and utrticaria-like eruptions at the SDPA annual conference.
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