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Submitted on: 28-04-2016; Answers: 3; Tagged under: Allergies       ✘ Report abuse
Q When I was 8 or 9 months pregnant with my first child, I developed cold urticaria. It was bad in the beginning and then seemed to taper off. When I was pregnant with my second child 2 years later, I didn't have it at all. It recently came back and it's just as bad as it was when I first developed it. I'm guessing it might be hormonal, but I don't know for sure. My diet hasn't really changed. Any advice?

A Hi – I'm a naturopath who specialises in allergies and intolerances. You don't have to change your diet to become intolerant to something. The body seems to decide it's had enough of a particular thing and symptoms develop. I test for this situation using hair analysis. If you'd like to know more please email me on pmsims@xtra.co.nz or phone me on 09 534 6235 and I'll be happy to explain more. Best wishes.
Pam Sims
Answered by: Pam Sims Naturopath & Medical Herbalist;
Answered on: 29-04-2016;
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A That is google:
Dr. Wayne McCarthy ND
Naturopathic Physician
Specialist in Russian Medical Ozone
Answered by: Northland Environmental Health Clinic;
Answered on: 28-04-2016;
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A Hello,

You might want to take a look at ozone therapy for this. It has has proven very effective for urticaria. You are welcome to call me if you wish 09-432-0854 with any questions but please first google .
Hope that helps.
Answered by: Northland Environmental Health Clinic;
Answered on: 28-04-2016;
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