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Data on study drug, doses, study design, treatment duration, subtype of urticaria being treated, number of patients, and main parameter of efficacy, were collected.When available, efficacy data were pooled from different studies that utilized the same drug dose.They are used primarily to treat disorders where abnormal or excessive histamine release by inflammatory cells is thought to underly illness.This includes conditions such as: Other conditions such as hyper-reactive (vasomotor) rhinitis and pruritus of any cause are commonly treated with antihistamines, although there is little evidence that histamine plays a contributory role.Another advantage of the newer antihistamines is that they're available in time-release versions.That means you can control your symptoms with only 1 or 2 doses each day compared with older medications, which usually require doses every 4 to 6 hours to maintain their effectiveness.They reported that out of 390 CU patients who were treated with antihistamines 44% responded well, 29% became asymptomatic, and 15% showed partial improvement.In a recent paper from Japan it was observed that the improvement rates (defined as a urticaria symptom score UAS ≤ 3) in 117 CU patients who received standard doses of AHs were 36.6% at 12 months, 51.2% at 24 months, and 66.1% at 60 months, while the remission rates were 11.5%, 13.9%, and 27.7%, respectively .
According to the International Guidelines for the management of urticaria and angioedema non-sedating, second generation antihistamines (NSAHs) are recommended for the treatment of CU .
There is little evidence that antihistamines used symptomatically to treat nonspecific itching have any effect greater than placebo.
Most of the second-generation antihistamines have been shown to benefit chronic idiopathic urticaria.
The newer antihistamines are available only by prescription.
Because some can cause serious side effects or interact with other medications you are taking, be sure to let your doctor know all the medications you take.
Antihistamines are used in the treatment of allergic reactions, colds, hay fever, hives, and insect bites and stings.