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Doctor insights on: Pityriasis Rubra Pilaris Tedavisi

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Can pityriasis rubra pilaris re occur?

Can pityriasis rubra pilaris re occur?

Pityriasis rubra: Pityriasis rubra pilaris is a rare and chronic skin disorder. Symptoms include reddish orange discolouration scaling, and severe flaking of the skin. Dr. W.A.D. Griffiths (england) has classified six forms of prp. At this time, the cause of prp is unknown, and a cure is also unknown. In severe cases, Isotretinoin may be helpful. ...Read more

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What causes pityriasis rubra pilaris? Can it be cured?

What causes pityriasis rubra pilaris? Can it be cured?

No cure: Pityriasis rubra pilaris is a rare skin disorder similar to psoriasis. You can read about it here:
http://dermnetnz. Org/scaly/pityriasis-rubra-pilaris. Html

it, like psoriasis, has no cure, but can be treated. Usually, in time, it goes into a remission and patients remain clear. The cause is not fully understood, but there seems to be a genetic basis in some, and some are related to cancer. ...Read more

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Hi. Can you tell me what causes "pityriasis rubra pilaris", why is so mysterious illness? What it's "story"?

Mysterious!: Because the cause is unknown or it's cure. It can be inherited or acquired form.
Please get information from prp support group. ...Read more

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I had pityriasis rubra pilaris as a 13 year old. It completely disappeared after one year. I am now 40 and it has suddenly returned. Is that common?

I had pityriasis rubra pilaris as a 13 year old. It completely disappeared after one year. I am now 40 and it has suddenly returned. Is that common?

Rare: Pityriasis rubra pilaris is rare itself, so there aren't many studies on it's recurrence. Thus it's not considered common to have it recur. But your body has a blueprint for it since age 13 and some triggers started it again. ...Read more

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Any new treatments for pityriasis rubrum pilaris?

Any new treatments for pityriasis rubrum pilaris?

See dermatologist.: Pityriasis rubra pilaris is a rare disorder and usually mistaken for psoriasis, the treatment depends on the presentation. It can occur as circumscribed juvenile form or the adult classic form. The adult form often disappears after 3 years but the circumscribed juvenile form lasts for life. Emollients and Hydrocortisone ointments help with the cracking and dryness. Methotrexate helps. ...Read more

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How is bacterial endocarditis diagnosed? Have splinter hemorrhages but I can rule out renal failure, trichinosis, psoriasis, and pityriasis pilaris.

How is bacterial endocarditis diagnosed? Have splinter hemorrhages but I can rule out renal failure, trichinosis, psoriasis, and pityriasis pilaris.

ABE / SBE: Suspected by clinical history / exam. Diagnosed by transesophageal echocardiogram and blood cultures. Splinter hemorrhages are common and much much more likely related to trauma than to SBE or ABE. ...Read more

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If I have pityriasis, will I give it to the people around me?

If I have pityriasis, will I give it to the people around me?

Officially, no: The cause of pityriasis rosea is unknown, but it may be a virus (because sometimes several people get the rash around the same time). If it is due to a virus, the way it is transmitted from one person to another is also unknown. So, at this time, the rash is not considered contagious. However, knowing human nature, somebody who gets the rash after touching you may blame you for passing it to him! ...Read more

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What is pityriasis rosea?

What is pityriasis rosea?

Pityriasis Rosea: Pityriasis rosea (also known as pityriasis rosea giber) is a skin rash. It is benign but may inflict substantial discomfort in certain cases. Classically, it begins with a single "herald patch" lesion, followed in 1 or 2 weeks by a generalized body rash lasting up to 12 weeks, however usually around 6 - 8. The cause of pityriasis rosea is not certain, but believed to be caused by a virus. ...Read more

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How bad is pityriasis rosea?

How bad is pityriasis rosea?

Pityriasis Rosea: This is not a dangerous skin condition and a lot of times, it is asymptomatic. However, it can be itchy and you can treat it with steroid creams. It will usually clear on its own in 4-6 weeks. ...Read more

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What causes pityriasis rosea?

Pityriasis Rosea: Pityriasis rosea (also known as pityriasis rosea giber) is a skin rash. It is benign but may inflict substantial discomfort in certain cases. Classically, it begins with a single "herald patch" lesion, followed in 1 or 2 weeks by a generalized body rash lasting up to 12 weeks, however usually around 6 - 8. The cause of pityriasis rosea is not certain, but believed to be caused by a virus. ...Read more

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How to cure pityriasis rosea?

How to cure pityriasis rosea?

Goes away by itself: Light therapy through a dermatologist or natural sunlight can reduce the itching and speed the fading of lesions. With no treatment the lesions fade in 4-12 weeks. ...Read more

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Can pityriasis rosea reoccur?

Can pityriasis rosea reoccur?

Yes: It is uncommon, but not rare for pr to recur. I believe it may be a manifestation of several viral infections. There is scientific data showing a possible link to hsv6, but not everyone with pr has tested positive for it in the studies. So I think it's likely that other viruses can trigger the same response. ...Read more

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What is pityriasis rosea like?

What is pityriasis rosea like?

Rash: Pityriasis rosea presents first as a single large pinkish-red patch. Generally, about 1-2 weeks later, a more diffuse rash develops in a "christmas tree" distribution along the lines of skin tension. Usually, each red patch has a round area of scaliness within the borders of redness. It can occasionally be itchy. ...Read more

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What can cause pityriasis alba?

What can cause pityriasis alba?

Pityriasis alba: Pityriasis alba is a common skin disorder in children and young adults, characterized by ill-defined, scaly, faintly pink or red patches. These areas eventually subside, leaving hypopigmented (whitish) areas that slowly return to normal skin color. ...Read more

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What exactly is pityriasis rosea?

What exactly is pityriasis rosea?

Pityriasis Rosea: Pityriasis rosea is a common type of skin rash seen in young adults.
Pityriasis rosea is believed to be caused by a virus. It occurs most often in the fall and spring.
Although pityriasis rosea may occur in more than one person in a household at a time, it is not thought to spread from one person to another. ...Read more

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Will pityriasis rosea ever go away?

Usually: It can take 6-8 weeks and if the rash is persistent it may be worthwhile to see a dermatologist and confirm the diagnosis. ...Read more

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What does pityriasis rosea look like?

What does pityriasis rosea look like?

Website: Please see this site: http://www. M.Webmd. Com/skin-problems-and-treatments/picture-of-pityriasis-rosea. ...Read more

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What is pityriasis rosea in children?

Pityriasis rosea: Pityriasis rosea (pr) is an acute, self-limited, exanthematous skin disease characterized by the appearance of slightly inflammatory, oval, papulosquamous lesions on the trunk and proximal areas of the extremities. The possibilities for having a viral etiology has been discussed. ...Read more

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Is it ok to swim with pityriasis rosea?

Yes: Chlorine in a pool may be slightly irritating in sensitive individuals. ...Read more

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What can be done for pityriasis rosea?

None.: Nothing you can do for it. It is a reaction to viral infection, but not the virus directly causes this rash. ...Read more

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What are the tests for pityriasis rosea?

No specific test: It is diagnosed mainly by excluding other possible causes and how it presents. ...Read more

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What can I do to treat pityriasis rosea?

What can I do to treat pityriasis rosea?

Difficult to treat!: Pityriasis rosea is a self- limited rash that can be quite extensive, and may last for a few weeks. It is not contagious, and will eventually clear on it's own without any treatment. That being said, if itching is present, an oral antihistamine in combination with a topical Hydrocortisone (1 or 2.5%) may be beneficial. Uv light therapy has also been shown to speed clearing of the lesions. ...Read more

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How do I know if I have pityriasis rosea?

See your doctor: These symptoms can only be adequately diagnosed only after a thorough evaluation by your doctor. This may include labs and other satudies. Once all of the information is in, your doctor can let you know what's going on, and what to do to help you. ...Read more

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Can pityriasis rosea spread dramatically?

Yes.: It starts as a single large flaky red oval plaque on neck, arm or trunck (called herald patch or "mother" patch); then suddenly spreading to whole body in a few days (on back, it spreads like a christmas tree). ...Read more

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How long does pityriasis rosea usually last?

8-12 weeks: Usually 8 weeks but occasionally as long as 12 weeks. ...Read more

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How long does pityriasis alba takes to heal?

How long does pityriasis alba takes to heal?

Time and spf: Take good care of your skin, protect it from the sun, and use the medication prescribed and usually within a couple of months the skin should return to normal coloration. If not seek the advice of a board certified dermatologist in your area. ...Read more

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Is it possible to give a baby pityriasis rosea?

Is it possible to give a baby pityriasis rosea?

Unlikely: I have seer pr in toddlers but never in infants. Since it is an immune related process there is likely a point that infants are too young to form the response that generates the rash. It is also hard to track the origin of a persons pr and know when they are contagious. The proposed illness that precedes it is long gone by the time the rash appears. ...Read more

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What symptoms are common with pityriasis rosea?

What symptoms are common with pityriasis rosea?

Website: Please see this site: http://www. M.Webmd. Com/skin-problems-and-treatments/tc/pityriasis-rosea-topic-overview. ...Read more

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My husband has pityriasis, does he have herpes?

My husband has pityriasis, does he have herpes?

Not the same: Pityrtiasis is not related to herpes. Ot os not possible to know if he has herpes based only on that information. ...Read more