Ohhh Tashalynn97 I feel for you!!! I've been there.
I know you've tried oatmeal baths, you could also try putting the oatmeal in an old towel and squeeze it on to your skin and leave it on or calamine lotion. Put a thick moisturizer over it or a light layer of vaseline and just let it all sink in, leave it on.
Cold towels I have heard help as well (I can't use that, I have an allergy to cold). Also those topical cold/heat rubs like Vicks vapo rub but not on broken skin (which can be impossible, I know!). Or any type of eucalyptus, menthol oil but only a few drops and mix it with some olive or coconut oil.
Coconut oil on it's own is my favourite, very healing and soothing at the same time and completely natural.
Zinc oxide or baby diaper rash cream is good too but very thick. I would put some oil or lotion on first and then a thin layer of zinc oxide.It's uber important to moisturize.
Test any new product before you use it on the inside of your arm and wait 24 hrs first. Also be very careful about any sign of infection of your hives. Instead of itching with your fingernails, use a soft fabric and rub them gently so you won't break the skin as much when the itch MUST be scratched!! As I know, sometimes it simply must!! ;)
Why haven't you been put on antibiotics? You poor thing! :(
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