Sunbathing was the answer for me.

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I read many of the threads.  One in particular stood out to me when the person said, tan, tan, tan.  I have olive skin and don't burn easily.  I tan really easily.  I did two sunbathing sessions about 10 mins each with direct sunlight hitting my back.  I could really tell a difference in about five days.  Its been three weeks since my original post and happy to say the sun worked for me.  It is all about gone with the exception of the mother patch, but that is fading away with no redness.

I hope my story can inspire and help others with the aid of the sun.  

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    Glad that did it for you. I live in south Texas, and even after 14 months sun did nothing... Yes, I was biopsied with PR, and I work outdoors as a house painter. I finally found Prreze, and that made mine go away.
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