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What is Aquagenous Urticaria?

What is Aquagenous Urticaria?

  • Aquagenous Urticaria: An allergy to water. The condition is extremely rare with sufferers developing hives within 15 minutes of contact with water. Patients may even react to their own sweat and tears on their skin. A special foam may be rubbed regularly into the skin to previde a barrier to water contact and thus allow the person to do things like showering.

Aquagenous Urticaria: Introduction

Types of Aquagenous Urticaria:

Broader types of Aquagenous Urticaria:

How serious is Aquagenous Urticaria?

Complications of Aquagenous Urticaria: see complications of Aquagenous Urticaria

What causes Aquagenous Urticaria?

Causes of Aquagenous Urticaria: see causes of Aquagenous Urticaria

What are the symptoms of Aquagenous Urticaria?

Symptoms of Aquagenous Urticaria: see symptoms of Aquagenous Urticaria

Complications of Aquagenous Urticaria: see complications of Aquagenous Urticaria

Aquagenous Urticaria: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Aquagenous Urticaria.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Aquagenous Urticaria.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Aquagenous Urticaria: Dermatologist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Aquagenous Urticaria.
Treatments for Aquagenous Urticaria: see treatments for Aquagenous Urticaria

Name of Aquagenous Urticaria

Main name of condition: Aquagenous Urticaria


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