Chronic urticaria can be hard to manage because the attacks can be sporadic or may resist treatment altogether. Sometimes it may clear up on its own, but the most common type of treatment is the use of antihistamines. Steroids or topical creams may be used, but the easiest form of management is to learn one's triggers and avoid those foods or environments.
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