If you have chronic spontaneous urticaria (CSU), you may often feel powerless to fight the hives and painful swelling you experience during a flare. Managing CSU can be difficult because the symptoms can impact your appearance and quality of life. It can take a long time to get diagnosed. And even with a diagnosis, common treatments may provide little or no relief.
The good news is you can get some help. By staying informed of recommended and newer treatments, you can talk with your doctor and make a plan together. Want to learn how? Watch a replay of our webinar on managing CSU, “It’s Not in Your Head! How to Manage Your Chronic Spontaneous Urticaria and Feel Better,” on demand.
The one-hour program featured a doctor, a representative from a patient advocacy group, and a person with CSU. The expert panel discussed:
- The latest information on CSU
- Causes of CSU
- Difficulty diagnosing CSU
- CSU treatment options and signs you should change treatment
- And much more
During this webinar, you will also learn how to talk with your doctor about appropriate treatment options and understand when you may qualify for biologic treatment.