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Posted by: Karen | 2010/08/30

DR.Bets

Thankyou for helping me on the 16/08/2010 with the Heralds patch thing, I am going to the dermatologist this Thursday. You''re a lovely Doc. Thanks and God bless (you the only one that made some sense to me, and I was hysterical)

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Pleasure Karen!
Just remember that Pityriasis rosea is not contagious, usually clears up by itself after 6-8 weeks (whether you take medication or not) and leaves no after effects. See also
http://www.aad.org/public/publications/pamphlets/common_pityriasis.html
dr Bets

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Posted by: Cyberdoc | 2010/08/30

Pleasure Karen!
Just remember that Pityriasis rosea is not contagious, usually clears up by itself after 6-8 weeks (whether you take medication or not) and leaves no after effects. See also
http://www.aad.org/public/publications/pamphlets/common_pityriasis.html
dr Bets

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