Hello. I’d like to address this thread to those who only have cholinergic urticaria during the winter. Since my cholinergic urticaria started during ending of autumn and starting of winter, I still have hopes that it’s seasonal and it will go away.
It is only the 10th day of spring, so maybe not so soon, but I still have hopes. In my country the minus temperature is over now, the snow is slowly melting and now we got constant ~ +2 – +5 temperature already. Actually a few days ago we had a really warm and sunny day and I am not sure whether it was just in my head or for real, because from the morning of that day my itching got a little better, I still itched, but it was slightly harder to trigger it than usually, but maybe it’s just in my head, I’m not fully sure.
Anyway, I have a question for those who live in a country with summers and winters: when does your CU go away? Does it continue all the way till the summer, or does it disappear during spring? And how does it go away? Do you just wake up one random morning and it’s gone? I’d be really glad if you’d tell me more about this (thank you).
I also have exams coming up very soon and I get nervous very easily, and of course when I’m nervous the itching starts, so I’m afraid to think about the exams, if I just might not be able to relax and sit by the window at school to cool myself as usual.