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Has anyone had to deal with their kid(s) having hives? How long did it last? Where on the body was it? What meds did you use? Thanks...
me~ 36 DH~35 
Married in 2006, together since 2002
TTC since late 2007
Charting, ovulation testing, etc...
9 cycles of clomid =BFN
Met with RE in Dec. 2008
Diagnosed with lean pcos/ anovulatory 
IVF #1 April 2009=BFP!
DD born 1.14.2010
1 snow baby on ice since April 2009
FET scheduled for February 2016

Re: Hives?

  • DD1 is allergic to dairy, soy, and eggs. If dairy products or eggs touch her skin, she gets hives where they touched her. We don't give her those foods, but sometimes if we handle dairy products and then touch her before washing our hands, she gets hives. When that happens, we wipe her skin with a wet paper towel and they sometimes go away in about 20-30 min. Sometimes they stick around longer, especially if she scratches them. We have given her Benadryl for them once, but that's it.Do you know what caused the hives for your LO? We have to carry an EpiPen because DD's allergy test levels were so high.
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