I have recurring hives on my feet thighs and all over my arms. They do show up everywhere but I always have them on my arms and feet and thighs. Sometimes I notice when my hives are at their worst i need to rely heavily on my inhaler because i find myself wheezing badly.I also experience weaknees and soreness on the limbs being infected with the hives. I have changed diets and living conditions even tried washing clothes with hypo allergetic detergent and even none at all same with my soaps and saw no improvments with the condition. They are sometimes so large i cant even get my shoes to fit over them. Any suggestions?
Have you had any allergy testing done? If it is not an environmental trigger, maybe it is a food trigger. You can develop new allergies at any stage of life. Ask for some allergy testing to be done because you need to find what is causing this to avoid it in the future. It sounds to me like it is getting worse and you really don't need to go into anaphylaxis -it can kill you. Get the tests.
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