Your answers to the following questions regarding the present situation of your Chronic Urticaria and its course up to now can help to better manage your disease.
Before you start to answer these questions: Patients with urticaria can have wheals, angioedema (swelling), or both. These two disease signs are often confused. Below you find typical pictures of wheals and angioedema. These pictures are meant to help you to answer the questions of this questionnaire correctly.
Wheals (pinhead-sized up to many cm in diameter, strictly delimited, occasionally streak shaped, mostly itching, reddish, transient, raised skin lesions lasting minutes up to many hours)