What could cause a sudden attack of hives with stomach pain and diarreah (diarrhea)? I had never had anything like this before, but yesterday about 30 minutes after breakfast I broke out in hives on my head and face, neck, underarms, under breasts, and lower abdomen. I had severe cramps that were below my navel and ran across both sides and lower back with more pain on the left side than right. I took benadryl for the hives and layed down in a fetal position until the pain passed. This episode lasted about 30 minutes and gradually subsided with the pain and hive slowly fading at about the same rate.
I dont know if this could have anything to do with it, but I have had a week long sinus infection and I have had chronic constipation for about 3 years though it has been manageable. I do not have any extra stress or anxiety.
Has anyone ever had this problem or know what it could be caused from? I appreciate any response. Thank you.
How old are you?
In childhood most often allergies are to soy, cow's milk, wheat, eggs, tree-nuts and peanuts
In adults: to fish, shellfish, peanuts and tree-nuts.
It may be practically any other food, or rarely an additive in the food.
The biscuit or sausage were different as other times?
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