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What is Urticaria?

Description of the disease

Urticaria is an allergic condition characterized by the appearance of red, swollen rashes on the skin and intense itching. The distinctive feature of urticaria is the rapid onset and disappearance of rashes.


  • Acute urticaria
  • Chronic urticaria
  • Physical urticaria


Symptoms of urticaria include red swollen rashes on the skin, itching, sometimes swelling, and joint pain.


The causes of urticaria can be food allergens, medications, insect bites, stress, physical exertion, and other irritants.


The diagnosis of urticaria is based on skin examination, as well as allergological tests and analysis of allergic reactions.


Treatment of urticaria includes taking antihistamines, using anti-itch creams, and, in some cases, prescribing glucocorticoids.


To prevent urticaria, it is recommended to avoid contact with known allergens, monitor diet, avoid stressful situations, and follow the doctor's recommendations.


If urticaria is suspected, it is necessary to consult an allergist or dermatologist for diagnosis and treatment.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.