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Chronic Idiopathic Urticaria Treatment needed

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • April 21, 2009
  • 10:19 AM

Hi ,

I am writing Just to loud the issue of Chronic Idiopathic Urticaria which i am facing for last four years, however it has been diagnosed by few top ranking Immunologists and dermatologists in our country (Pakistan) but unfortunately every one have almost given up while saying that my case need to be researched and we don’t have research centers of Allergy domain in Pakistan.

Here are my details;

• Age 26
• Sex Female
• Height 5 Feet 1 Inches
• Weight 96 pds
• Married (a month back)

Patient History

• Four years history
• Asthmatic by Birth (conginitally)
• Hypertensive
• Right Renal Stone at Medullary region
• Facing Anaphylaxtic shock for last two years (repeatedly)
• Tracycardia
• Bradycardia
• Severe chest Pain constantly for a month
• Joint pain
• Whole Body Oedema
• Gaining weight for last month, earlier it was 86 pds a month back and now it is 96 pds
• Sleeplessness
• Brucing On thighs, arms, face Knees
• Tremors
• Appendixtactomy was done four years back and urticaria was trigerred just next morning and these above mentioned issues are still constant since this surgery.

Treatment followed Or Being followed so far;

• Loratidine
• Ketotifen
• Desloratidine
• Levoletirizine di hydrochloroidine
• Cetrizine
• Fexofenadine
• Chlorophenamine
• Hydroxyzine
• Monteluslast
• Adrenaline
• Epinephrine
• ACA Inhibitors
• Atenolol
• Salmeterol + Fluticasone Propionate (Inhaler)
• Corticcosteroids (Oral + Intravenous)
• Cortisones (Oral + Intravenous)
• Antihistamines (Oral + Intravenous)
• Hydrocortisones Sodium Succinate (Intravenous)

Note: Only IV administration is effective as the IM route cause abcess formation in the muscles after few minutes of Administration.

Finally I am surviving on regular dosage of Intravenous administration, usually twice and sometimes thrice or four times in a day; here are the IV administration dosage which I am using regularly;

• Phenramine Melate (Intravenous)
• Dexamethasone (Intravenous)
• Hydrocortisones Sodium Succinate (Intravenous)

I am myself studying medicine so that’s how I am able to write you this detailed email, Next What I am looking from you guys is to suggest me the right direction treatment so I can be cured from this disease as so far I am just hardly surviving on few Intravenous administration which is certainly not cure just a relief and causing my disease severity to be more complex.

Please help me out and I would be more then pleased and thankful for you guys.


Dr. Mehwish Azeem
GSM: 0092(323)230-7729
Email/IM: dr.mehwishazeem@gmail.com

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