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What is Urticaria?
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What is Urticaria?

Doctors might describe urticaria as either: acute urticaria, if the rash gets rid of totally within six weeks chronic urticaria, in rarer cases, where the breakout persists or reoccurs for greater than 6 weeks, commonly over many years A rarer kind of urticaria, called urticaria vasculitis, can cause blood vessels inside the skin to become swollen. In these instances, the bumps last much longer than 24 hours, are more unpleasant, as well as can leave a contusion. When to look for medical advice? Visit your GP if your signs and symptoms do not disappear within two days. You should also call your General Practitioner if your signs are: Extreme Disrupting day-to-day tasks Causing distress Occurring alongside other signs. What's causes urticaria? Acute itch...