It won't go away. Hives happen as a response to something the body doesn't like. I have had chronic hives for over 5 years, and the intesity has recently gone down due to food elimination. A way to test if it's an allergy is to take a good dose of antihistamine, before or early into an attack. If it stops or slows within an hour, it's an allergy. Food is our largest exposure and the most likely cause of hives for many of us. (Don't rely on doctors, you live with your body, doctors are clueless on hives.)
Take note of the timing of the rashes. Then, observe the frequency and quantity of each food item ingested. A reaction can be immediate or delayed (12-18 hours later.)
Then start eliminating. Some very important foods to consider are: wheat, dairy, corn, all nightshades, nuts, eggs, soy, and alcohol. Whatever appears frequently in the diet, suspect it.
Keeping the colon cleaned out is important. It helps to drink lots of water, and try a daily fiber supplement to improve cleansing.
Hope these suggestions are somewhat helpful.
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