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Grainy rash on body, spots on chest, spreading to stomach, back, neck, face. Cure?

Dear Doctor, I have a grainy rash on my body for 5 days now. It started with a few spots on my chest and then it spread to my belly and my back. Then, the rash was visible on my forearms and spreading to my neck and face. Right now I have thousands of them on my back and on my chest. It is not super itchy, it is red and very grainy. I don t have a fever . I am 27 years old. How to get rid of the rash?
Asked On : Sat, 5 Jan 2013
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hi dear, this may be p. roseae. i would like to know if u had sore throat. it is usually associated with this but not necessary. lesions are usually mild itchy. it is a probable viral infection.
here are my suggestions for u....
use desonide lotion once in night for 7 days
take tab cetrizine if u have itching.
hope u get fine soon. thank u
Answered: Sat, 5 Jan 2013
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