Chronic Urticaria Group
Connor Frankenfeld first developed a strange rash when he was 3 years old. Connor has parents and doctors are at a loss, but the eruption were getting worse. It took a year for a specialist to diagnose the condition of Connor: the guy was allergic to the cold. Cold chronic urticaria group urticaria is a very rare disease, about one in 100. 000 people, according to ABC News. In fact, Dr. William Connor, Lanting Centre asthma and allergies of the Colorado Rockies, said, saw only four or five cases over three decades in an allergy, which specializes to ABC 7. People with cold urticaria may develop, redness, itching, swelling and hives on the skin, can after exposure to cold temperatures for the clinic. Normal activities will be dangerous. Swimming in cold water, for example, is the most common cause for a severe reaction in the body, leading to fainting, shock and even death. Grant Schlager, a 12-year-old from Minnesota had antihistamine twice a day and keeps the adrenaline to the emergency torch comfortable where their hives suddenly cold. Grant was diagnosed that was likely clinic in Rochester (Minnesota), as it is used today, but the strange diagnosis was initially hard to swallow. I had never heard and I was skeptical, said grant's mother, Amy Schlager. How can you be allergic to cold?Researcher Joshua Milner knows a reason at least in part. In a study of online medicine published in January by the New England Journal, a genetic mutation in 27 people belonging to three families, who were all cold urticaria, Milner and her colleagues found mixed with other abnormalities of the immune system and disease. Trying to understand the link between this group of diseases-auto-immunity, chronic infections and cold urticaria-not only identified pathogenic mutation, but have found that a genetic mechanism that is unique and charming in the heart of the immune system, allergies and self tolerance, Milner said new health day. 8 years Connor's sister Taylor now also with the disease have been diagnosed, and it is more serious, O'Connor: air conditioning in the school pushed almost an anaphylactic shock. Now that's advisable Frankenfeld. The children never leave the House without gloves, scarves and jackets, and when temperatures unequivocally cannot leave under water, as the House after 7 ABC Melissa Franfeld has created a page on Facebook, where parents of children with cold urticaria, advice and support. There is no cure for the cold urticaria treatment and precautions can help, according to the hospital anyway. The clinic offers to cold temperatures and take to avoid some antihistamines before exposure. . . .