Urticaria, also called hives are itchy, red welts result from a skin infection. The size and shape of the welts may vary and fade after some time but can repeat again and again as long as the reaction continues.
Most urticaria resolves within 24 hours. But it can last for many days to months. Based on its duration Urticaria is divided into two types
6 questions we’re frequently asked about urticaria in 2021
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6µg of whole-virion inactivated SARS-CoV-2 antigen (Strain: NIV-2020-770), Aluminium hydroxide gel 250 µg, TLR 7/8 agonist (imidazoquinolinone) 15 µg, 2-phenoxyethanol 2.5 mg, phosphate buffer saline up to 0.5 ml.
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3) Urticaria Home Remedies:
There are many home remedies for urticaria.But here we will discuss only two best remedies:
A)Coconut oil is very effective for urticaria home remedies.
How to use it?
Apply coconut oil on the affected areas.
Then leave it on for a few hours.
How long to use coconut oil -?
Do apply it twice a day.
Benefits of Coconut Oil –
Coconut oil acts as a natural skin moisturizer and also relieves excess itching in the affected area. It also has antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral properties that make the skin any bacteria.
B)Turmeric: Turmeric has extremely high medicinal properties and has been used since ancient times for several health conditions and urticaria is no exception. When turmeric powder is used along with Jaggery two times a day for about a week is really an effective way to et rid of the symptoms.
4) Can Urticaria cures permanently
Right now, the management of chronic urticaria is to stop the histamine release but there is no permanent cure and it may return after months or years. Medical science is constantly evolving. Today, we can treat so many conditions which did not have any treatment a decade ago.
5) Can Urticaria leades to cancer
Some studies provided nationwide population-based evidence that chronic urticaria patients may be at increased risk of cancer occurrence, especially blood cancers.
A point prevalence of 0.5% to 1% of chronic urticaria in the general population has a tendency to develop cancer.