Myself, male, 44 years old, dark skin (brown, not black) saw body eruptions (rashes) on the torso before 12 days. They were not itchy. The numbers started to increase, the older ones reddening. I met a physician on the 6th day; he looked at it and said there's nothing to worry. As per him these are body rashes are not diagnosed (cause/origin is undetermined), mostly on the trunk and inner thighs, non-contagious and should disappear in 4-5 weeks. He looked around for a big one (rash) and saw it on the abdomen and confirms this is the pattern of this attack.
Now, after 12 days I can see more smaller ones on my body (little on the lower limbs, mostly on the chest abdomen, back and inner thighs) and the older ones getting flattened and reddish (like measles, sort of dying). It's a bit itchy when the skin is dry or sweating.
My wife and children are not affected, but I keep them away from me.
Could you pl. tell me what is this disease and what precautions should I take. (Seeing a skin specialist is difficult unless referred by the physician, which is difficult). Thank you.:)
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