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Can hives appear days later?

Can hives appear days later?

Hives show up quickly (within minutes) and fade within hours. Once faded, they leave no marks other than scratches from itching. However, new hives may show up after the original hives have gone away. For most people, the hives will come back for only a few days to a few weeks.

When did The Hives start on my hands?

The hives started around 45 days ago. Firstly my hands and palm started itching continuously for 4 or 5 days and I had swelling in my both feet. Then slowly the rashes started spreading on different parts of my body and didn’t reduce.

Why do I get hives on my chest?

My breasts rarely touch there and I’d guess it is the bra material or detergent, but I use chemical free and clear detergent, and they are below my chest, not near the bra, so I rule that out. Must be stress and anxiety but I don’t want more medicines.

Where are the hives on my body located?

Red, swollen and sometimes itchy, my hives can be under my feet, on my hands, eyelids, half my tongue swells, and lips. They move around and come and go, and another weird thing is it is either left side of my body or right.

When to go to the ER for hives?

But sudden hives can be one of the symptoms of a severe allergic reaction. Go to the emergency room or call 911 if: Your hives are severe and cover a large area of your body. You have other symptoms such as difficulty breathing.

Where do you get hives on your body?

Breaking out in hives is the worst: your skin itches all over, you’re covered in unsightly red welts, and, as if that weren’t bad enough, it’s not always clear what might have triggered them. What we do know: hives, also known as urticaria, can appear anywhere on the body, including your face, torso, arms, legs, and even inside your mouth and ears.

The hives started around 45 days ago. Firstly my hands and palm started itching continuously for 4 or 5 days and I had swelling in my both feet. Then slowly the rashes started spreading on different parts of my body and didn’t reduce.

My breasts rarely touch there and I’d guess it is the bra material or detergent, but I use chemical free and clear detergent, and they are below my chest, not near the bra, so I rule that out. Must be stress and anxiety but I don’t want more medicines.

When to see a doctor for hives and angioedema?

When to see a doctor. You can usually treat mild cases of hives or angioedema at home. See your doctor if your symptoms continue for more than a few days. If you think your hives or angioedema were caused by a known allergy to food or a medication, your symptoms may be an early sign of an anaphylactic reaction.