The rash typically begins with a “mother patch” that lasts for about two weeks.
“Daughter patches” will only form near the “mother patch.”
The patches will always itch.
Anyone can get pityriasis rosea.
Allergies are the cause of pityriasis rosea.
The rash is not contagious.
There is no treatment for this rash.
It’s best to wash the area with hot water.
Most people will have recurring outbreaks of pityriasis rosea.