MrsFuller

496d

So i have a very smal patch of hives that keeps coming back in the same place. Google say "The most common autoimmune conditions seen with hives include thyroid disease, rheumatoid arthritis, and Type 1 diabetes. You can also experience hives if you have lupus, vasculitis, and liver diseases. If you have an autoimmune condition, you usually have other symptoms in addition to hives." It's not really pressing enough to mention to a doctor just weird. Anyone have any insight?

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    • poodlelover28

      496d

      Vasculitis often presents skin issues. I am in a vasculitis group on Facebook for my vasculitis and I often see people posting about splotches, rashes, etc. I would definitely see a doctor to confirm though. Autoimmune conditions are very serious and can cause lots of complications if left untreated (I have two autoimmune diseases that were diagnosed way after having symptoms for extended periods of time).

    • MrsFuller

      496d

      It's a small hives that flares for 10 minutes and gone, but recurring in the same spot looking the same. Vasculitis treatment includes immosuppressants that I'm already on 🤷‍♀️

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