Patient Comments: Pityriasis Rosea - Treatments
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A Doctor's View on Pityriasis Rosea Treatment
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Aside from the rash, most cases of pityriasis rosea are asymptomatic. The rash must simply run its course over a period of about three months. Topical steroids and oral antihistamines may be of benefit to those who experience itching. Exposure to ultraviolet light may also help to ease symptoms. Read the entire Doctor's View
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