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Same Situtation - Hives Months After Having My Baby
Hi, I read this and nearly came to tears. I have not been able to find a story similar to mine. At the time of on set my little girl was almost 5 months old.  I woke up from a nap with my baby one day with systemic hives. Fearing I was having a severe allergic reaction I was taken to the ER and given the shots for an allergic reaction. The shots cleared  most of the hives up, but I was told to take antihistamine and prilosec, to clear any additional hives up. This medication did not help, so my family physician referred me to an allergy/asthma specialist in my area. I have gone for allergy testing and been told that I have only a hand full of very mild allergies, so I have been avoiding those foods at this time. The doctor also had my blood tested "for everything," with no avail - aside from a slight anemia.  I have also stopped consuming foods and drinks with caffeine and artificial dyes. I have an appointment to go back to the allergist for more testing this week. Do you think that this progesterone theory might be worth looking into for me?


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You may have low testosterone and high progesterone. Get it checked! I have had chronic hives for over 7 years right after my daughter was born.  Long story but someone finally recognized what I have and said I had low testosterone high progesterone and they were right.  I am going to start testosterone cream and I will be letting you know if it works.

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