Early stage treatment and prreze cream

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i had a PR about 2 yrs ago.

that time i was clueless so i didnt go see a dr till rashes were all over my body.

And i used prreze and that helped . but at this point it was already 8weeks passed.

but few days ago i noticed something on my chest.. and i was hoping it will go away and it didnt . now it looks dry like hearld patch i had before .

i dont want this to come back. please help. of theres anything i can do. no other rashes started yet. just a hearld patch! im sure everyone on here knows doctors are useless when it comes to PR .

please help!!!

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    my other question is if i apply prreze cream on my hearld patch will it stop from spreading???

    or any other ideas ??

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    they say it's a one time thing but sometimes it does return 😦 it's my first time having it and i'm kind of depressed because there's one on my face that i can't hide it and as it takes months to go away i still need to go to work and study. It's been 8 weeks now since the first spot and I wish I could buy this cream you're talking about but they don't sell it where I live. do you really think it works?

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    Yup, Prreze. That is the only thing I ever found that stopped the spread. It is weird that you might have it again.... It does happen, but when you think about being one of one million or so people a year that get PR, and then being one of about 10 people a year who get it again.... astronomical!!!!

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