Fortunately, in most cases it usually only takes a few days before the symptoms of an acute urticaria subside on their own. For this reason, this kind of urticaria is only treated symptomatically, that is, the appearance of wheals and itchiness is suppressed by means of drugs known as anti-histamines (or allergy remedy products.)
If an episode of acute urticaria is particularly strong and for example is accompanied by angioedema, problems with swallowing or shortness of breath, then other drugs (e.g. corticoid preparations) are administered.
Suspected triggers should naturally be avoided in the future, insofar as that is possible.