Prurigo (Chronic and Acute Prurigo, Prurigo Gestationis, Prurigo Pigmentosa, Polymorphic Pregnancy Rash etc.) Quiz

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Content updated on Sep 20, 2022

What is prurigo (chronic and acute prurigo, prurigo gestationis, prurigo pigmentosa, polymorphic pregnancy rash, etc.)?

Intensely itchy spots and lumps of the skin. The exact cause is unclear, but it can be triggered by insect bites or underlying eczema.

Symptoms of prurigo (chronic and acute prurigo, prurigo gestationis, prurigo pigmentosa, polymorphic pregnancy rash, etc.)

  • Lumps under the skin

  • Bumpy rash that appeared after an insect bite

Questions your doctor may ask to check for prurigo (chronic and acute prurigo, prurigo gestationis, prurigo pigmentosa, polymorphic pregnancy rash, etc.)

Your doctor may ask these questions to diagnose prurigo (chronic and acute prurigo, prurigo gestationis, prurigo pigmentosa, polymorphic pregnancy rash, etc.)

  • Do you feel a lump/lumps under your skin?

  • Did you get lot of skin lumps/bumps after an insect bite?

Treatment for prurigo (chronic and acute prurigo, prurigo gestationis, prurigo pigmentosa, polymorphic pregnancy rash, etc.)

The itch can be managed with creams or oral medications. It is important to avoid scratching as this forms a itch-scratch cycle.

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