Pityriasis Rosea Causes

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I have irritated red skin and trouble in doing regular pooping. Why?

Query: Hello! I have been struggling with my face for several years now. It's very sensitive and very dry. Even when I wash my face, my face becomes redder. I have tried to go to many cosmetologists, but it worked only for some time and stopped. I have a bunch of pimples on my face, dry patches and irrita...  Read Full »

Dr. John Bocachica


Answer: Hello. It actually sounds as if you may have rosacea which is a vascular skin condition which causes persistent redness to the face and occasional breaking out and it may also have effects on another part of your body. You really should see a local dermatologist and have him or her look at your sk...  Read Full »

Why are there faint red spots all over my kid's body?

Query: Hello doctor,My daughter has faint red/pink flat spots all over her body. I first noticed spots on her face a few nights ago. No fever. The only other symptom she has is a wet cough. She has had a cough for two weeks and was diagnosed with tonsillitis almost two weeks ago.  Read Full »

Dr. Ashwini V Swamy

Dermatologist, Venereologist

Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. With your description, I can list a few possible diagnoses. Pityriasis rosea - most likely. It is a self-limiting condition. It is a reaction of the body to viral infections, not contagious. Drug rash - may be due to Amoxicillin. Guttate psoriasis - common in c...  Read Full »

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