How Much Do You Know About Pityriasis Rosea?

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Question 1 of 9

The rash typically begins with a “mother patch” that lasts for about two weeks.

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Question 2 of 9

“Daughter patches” will only form near the “mother patch.”

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Question 3 of 9

The patches will always itch.

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Question 4 of 9

Anyone can get pityriasis rosea.

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Question 5 of 9

Allergies are the cause of pityriasis rosea.

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Question 6 of 9

The rash is not contagious.

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Question 7 of 9

There is no treatment for this rash.

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Question 8 of 9

It’s best to wash the area with hot water.

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Question 9 of 9

Most people will have recurring outbreaks of pityriasis rosea.

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