Treatment options for angioedema include antihistamines, corticosteriods and autoimmune drugs, according to Mayo Clinic. For patients with hereditary angioedema, blood protein controllers may also be an option. More »

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Common treatments for angiodema, or swelling, of the lips include applying cold compresses to the lips and taking antihistamines, notes MedlinePlus. Corticosteroids and epinephrine injections are other possible treatment... More »

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The most common way to treat angioedema is with antihistamines, according to Mayo Clinic. Depending on a person's individual situation, other medicines such as corticosteroids, autoimmune drugs and blood protein controll... More »

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Treatment options for chickenpox include antiviral medications for high-risk patients, antihistamines for itch relief and home remedies such as oatmeal or baking soda baths, according to Mayo Clinic. Chickenpox in otherw... More »

Treatment options for chickenpox includes antihistamines and antiviral drugs, according to the Mayo Clinic. Antiviral drugs are typically only needed if the person is at high risk for complications. More »

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Treatment options for granuloma annulare include corticosteroid cream, corticosteroid injections, liquid nitrogen treatment, light therapy and oral medications, according to Mayo Clinic. Treatment is generally not necess... More »

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Common treatment options for mastocytosis include medicines, such as antihistamines, anticholinergics, proton pump inhibitors and steroids, according to Cleveland Clinic. In more serious cases, the patient may need chemo... More »

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