It's looking much worse....

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I know I know. A doctor is better than some site. But a hospital visit won't happen until later today, unfortunately. It has most definitely gotten worst after sleep. It has officially spread all over my body and my face has seen better days. (Sorry if the pictures come up upside down. I don't know what's wrong with this picture system.)

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    If I understand corectly, It started on your legs and arms, after this, on your boddy and at last also on your face ?

    Is this correct ??

    If yes, do they have a raindrop form ??


    • Posted

      It started on my arms then progressed from there. 

      It has a raindrop form, yes.

      I am not in the hospital, so hopefully I can get this taken care of. Thanks for the help.

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      This is wat came up in mi mind straight away.

      I had about the same a viral infection called Psoriasis guttata. (guttata=drop in Latin)

      Normaly this infection takes a few months and disapears in this period of time automatically.

      However, becouse it could be verry well something else I would go to the hospital, section urgency dermotolmogy.

      This kind of raindrop formed drops can be coused 8 out of ten tiles by a Streptococcus bactery, and possibaly needs to be treated by a antibiotic.

      To be sure they will take a biological sample, a little scretch from your skin.

      To end this, I do need to tell you, I'm not a doctor, I do not have medical training once however, allway's go to your GP, and in your case The Hopital (after all it's weekend)




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      In normal cases, yes, this desease is normely the folowing up of a Strepto infection.

      Did you had infectious treatment lately ? (like a sore Throat, or throut infection) or anny infection at all.


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    to me they are viral exanthem, no need specific treatment, stay at home , well eat and watch them. if any change happen visit your GP

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