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Pityriasis Rosea

GRIM!!!!!!!

There is something WRONG with my skin!!!!!

((the photo is NOT me))

It started around Christmas, and I didn't think much of it. I had a small spot on my chest. I didn;t think much of it to start with, and then it got a bit bigger. I showed it to Yorkie who said 'it looks like a fag burn' but it wasn't.

Then about a week later it got much bigger, and a couple of days after that LOADS of them popped up all over my chest, breats, tummy and back!!!

Of cause, by then Dad's here, and the last thing I want is for him to know about it. All I'd get is comments about personal hygene and insinuations that either myself or Yorkie were sleeping about and this was the result (honestly, he's done that before when Yorkie had - it turns out - the same thing a few years ago), so I lie and say I'm suffering an allergy and hope it will go away.

Day after Dad goes I got on the phone to the Docs and got myself an appointment for the next morning. And sure enough... it is the same thing that Yorkie had. Pityriasis!

I look like an extra in a Zombie movie!

Maybe I should take full advantage and find another Send More Paramedics gig.....

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