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I have had solar urticaria since 2007….
I have, for want of a better description, an allergic response to sound – a delayed physiological response in my middle ear/eustacian tube on exposure to sound, including my own natural talking voice. In this modern world, it is difficult to describe how debilitating this is. From your article, it would appear that some research has been conducted into solar urticaria – did this come from the field of allergy research, or from dermatology? I would be interested to know.
Dear Silev,you should see a ENT especialist (Ear -Nose -Throat)
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