I have a skin eruption which the doctor believes is pemphigus. There are two types but if his diagnosis is accurate, I probably have this type:
- Pemphigus foliaceus. The blisters, which usually begin on your face and scalp and later erupt on your chest and back, usually aren't painful, and occur primarily in older people.
I hope you're enjoying your day today. What day is it? Oh, that's right, it's Hump Day! There's that silly camel. (Yes, I occasionally see things that you can't see. HaHa!)
|Thanks for going along to the doctor's office with me, Tracy!|