What are the symptoms for Pityriasis rosea?

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The symptoms for Pityriasis rosea include the following:


  • is your symptoms acute (something that's new, not some chronic condition that you've had for a long time)?
  • skin problem or abnormality
  • circular ring skin lesion
  • skin bump
  • is your skin lesion or abnormality a patch or patches that are greater than half a penny in diameter?
  • do you have a skin rash like this that is all over your trunks and back, but is absent in the palms of your hand and the soles of your feet?
  • rash that started in a single patch then spread
  • would you describe your skin problem or abnormality as salmon color?
  • mole, birthmark or dark skin patch
  • are you African American (black)?
  • skin redness
  • rash
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You don't have to have all of the symptoms above to be diagnosed with Pityriasis rosea. Take the diagnostic quiz to determine whether you may have this disease.