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Welcome to Pityriasis Rosea Pictures Dot Net

If you’ve found this site…you likely have had the misfortune of  contracting our lovely, skin rash, friend that is Pityriasis Rosea.  You probably have several questions and are looking for some answers.  This site should give you a bit of information on Pityriasis Rosea and how to alleviate its symptoms…read on! You may be asking yourself… “What […]

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A “Cure for Pityriasis Rosea” ???

EPX Body Immune Since PR is likely a viral infection, this could be exactly what sufferers are looking for. I’d love to get some feedback from anyone willing to give this a shot at knocking out their Pityriasis Rosea. So far, I only have one account of a lady who got rid of her Pityriasis […]

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“Undateables” is looking for Pityriasis Rosea sufferers in the UK!

I’m writing regarding the new series of Undateables we’re producing here at ‘betty’ for Channel 4 in the UK. We are only looking for people who are based anywhere in the UK. Just to let you know a little more about the show, in case you haven’t seen it; once again we are making a […]

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Top 10 Questions about Pityriasis Rosea

I get a lot of questions through the site about Pityriasis Rosea so I thought I’d create a quick video of the most common questions people ask. Here are the top ten questions I receive about Pityriasis Rosea…hope it answers some of your questions.

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Pityriasis Rosea Misdiagnosed twice by Doctors

“I got married 7 weeks ago and on my wedding day had what I now know is the herald patch on my thigh. (luckily not visible in my wedding dress!) I went off on honeymoon to sunny Thailand and whilst out there I self diagnosed ringworm. I bought fungiderm cream over the counter which has […]

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Common Misdiagnosis of Pityriasis Rosea

Pityriasis Rosea is often misdiagnosed Pityriasis Rosea can often look similar to other, more serious conditions and is often misdiagnosed. It important to get properly diagnosed by a dermatologist. The first herald patch of pityriasis rosea may look very similar in appearance to ringworm (tinea corporis). Pityriasis has also been mistaken with eczema and psoriasis, […]

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2nd Pityriasis Rosea Outbreak in 2 years.

I first got PR in April 2010. I had just started up my own business in January of 2010, so was very stressed juggling a new business/career and a then 1.5 yr old son. It was not all over my body, mainly torso and thighs. I thought it was bad, that was until end of […]

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