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    Default Chronic rash after hives

    ​The problem started two years ago. My legs broke out in a hive rash and kept doing so. I picked at some until I forced myself to stop. Most cleared up but two have slowly become a chronic rash that is slowly spreading. It itches and responds to no treatment. I am starting to wonder if it is no longer hives and possibly progressed into something else. Please ... advice needed. My dermatologist appointment is still months away.

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    It is a very big problem to rashes after to hives if someone facing this he must go to the doctor. Otherwise, you do not want to go to the doctor you follow some steps that are in it papers owl you just follow all the steps and get rid of any types of rashes.

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