Hives have been related to Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome in that they have been seen to come on and resolve together with other symptoms in a pattern characteristic of Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome. The hives can be precipitated at times of stress, changes in the balance of body fluids, and after a shower. Hives characteristically result from changes in histamine physiology. To the extent that hives, allergies, asthma, itchiness have been seen to sometimes be related in the context of Wilson’s Syndrome, I am led to suspect that changes in body temperature patterns can affect histamine physiology.