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Non Itchy Spots Spreading for 5 Plus Months w/Pics

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  • Posted By: crazyperry
  • May 5, 2010
  • 09:48 PM

I've tried everything to get these things to go away. 1st tried lotrmin which did nothing. Then threw away pretty much all my shirts, towels, bed sheets, soaps to see if any of those were the cause. Nothing has seemed to work. They don't itch and it started with a small one on my stomach. Then spread to what I have now as you can see in the pics before. I don't have insurance at the moment so this is my last resort before I just fork over whatever money they want.

This is on the side of my stomach

This is where it all started on my stomach and the biggest one was the original

This is my left shoulder

This is my right shoulder which is the most together

Anyone with any ideas would be helpful thanks.

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  • Do have them check with a very good drema...as for me, i would recommend some simple home treatment that might be of great hlp to you, here's a few:* Applying turmeric powder on almost any problem of the skin helps to heal the skin very well. You can simply sprinkle it or you can make a paste of turmeric powder and clarified butter. This can then be rubbed on and left to harden so that it falls off on its own. Turmeric powder has anti septic properties as well. This will help to arrest the spread of any infection. * You can also apply plain, unflavored and unsweetened yogurt to any skin ailment. The live active bacteria in yogurt will feed off any germs or bacteria on your skin, thus helping with healing.
    dale91 143 Replies Flag this Response
  • This might be a type of virus. Did it start soon after having a tattoo? Check it out with a doctor. I would start taking garlic tablets. Six to eight a day.
    Anonymous 8 Replies Flag this Response
  • i have this same exact thing.. did you ever find out what it was?
    xjujux 1 Replies Flag this Response
  • My friend has the same thing on her chest/stomach/shoulder, and is wondering what it is. Any info??? Its so frustrating that every thread just has the same questions and no one has the answers :(
    Anonymous 42789 Replies Flag this Response
  • Google "Pityriasis rosea", seems quite similar to the description...
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  • What are these kinds of rashes called ?I have the same exact one on my chest and it been over year and non of the medicine i used are helping
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • August 10, 2011
    • 05:28 PM
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