If If you have been on any of the interferon treatments, this good be a side effect. I had the open sores about the size of a dime, aand it got so bad the treatment had to be stopped 9I did go to a dermatologist, but nothing worked). When I stopped the treatment, the sores went away. About 6 years later (just over a year ago), I developed (as my dermatologist explained it) a-typical psoriasis as a result of the treatment. It can be treated with creams. I have had Hep-C for about (they think) 29 years. If you didn't receive interferon treatment, I would see a detmatologist. I hope this helps. View Thread
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