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PR: It is a nice time of year. Spend some time in the sun it speeds up resolution of the rash. Otherwise it doesn't always but can take several weeks to resolve. As an aside a rash which appears like PR but involves the palms and soles may represent secondary syphilis which is very important to diagnose and treat so it doesn't get worse or spread to others. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have rosea and iam at the stage where it's getting really dry and starting to flake I guess u say. Is this normal?
Rhodiola Rosea: The soviet union has researched the applications of rhodiola. Rhodiola rosea is an adaptogen with a number of positive effects (v depression, improve immunity, ^ energy, v fatigue ; high altitude sickness prevention). It also helps us to adapt to stressors. Rhodiola has been used to help with weight loss ; it can improve regulation of blood sugar. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How long does it take for something like rhodiola rosea to work? i have been taking it for 2 weeks but have not really noticed an impact
No need to mix: Alternative herbal treatments are poorly scientifically studied , if you have mild depression/anxiety, they may help you, but is not recommendable to mix it with other "orthodox" medications like Bupropion. For one we don't know of the potential pharmacodynamic nor the kinetic interactions, and as you say the potential danger of the mix. therefore chose one way or the other, but not the mix. ...Read more
Rhodiola Rosea : Rhodiola rosea is an adaptogen with a number of positive effects (v depression, improve immunity, ^ energy, v fatigue, expedite muscle recovery, improve erectile dysfunction ; high altitude sickness prevention). It also helps us to adapt to stressors. Rhodiola has been used to help with weight loss ; it can improve regulation of blood sugar. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a rash and I don't know what it is my Dr. says it is something rosea and I think it's something else cause it's getting worse?
Pityriasis Rosea: It is probably pityriasis rosea which can get worse and keep coming out for up to 6 months. It starts as one spot (herald spot) and gradually spreads out mostly around the torso. It is only minimally itchy and the treatment is for the minimal itching. It needs to burn itself out over time. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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