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  • #16
    Originally posted by antwantsclear View Post
    I think because so little plasma treatment has been done so far in rosacea, it's not really clear that it heals the skin on a permanent basis rather than simply rejuvenates it temporarily.
    I agree there is very little documented, i just think it would be great to get out of the damaging cycle. I don’t think I can ever stop the rhinophyma I have. But if I can slow it down some what that would be beneficial.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Jedimaster2cool View Post
      This may be a different question than what many of you guys are used to. But has anyone here developed social anxiety disorder because of the severe self-esteem issues that rosacea has caused. I want to know how has rosacea affected your life psychologically? Me personally it's ruined my life and has left me on this journey to rid myself of it. Almost as if all my energy and thoughts are geared towards this fight.
      Hi Jedimaster2cool,

      I am Dr. Bacheff, MD specialized in dermatology. I understand your condition entirely. Something as simple as a pimple on the face could become a personal "tragedy" for someone, let alone a more serious problem as Rosacea. Even for me as a therapist has been frustrating to see no results with the common medication or treatments that are used for Rosacea. That's why I have been researching for years and have developed a cream that has shown great results with my patients in the past. If you are interested you can go here and see the results for yourself.

      If you have any questions, I would be more than happy to help.

      Best,

      Dr. Bacheff

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Dr. Bacheff View Post
        Hi Jedimaster2cool,

        I am Dr. Bacheff, MD specialized in dermatology. I understand your condition entirely. Something as simple as a pimple on the face could become a personal "tragedy" for someone, let alone a more serious problem as Rosacea. Even for me as a therapist has been frustrating to see no results with the common medication or treatments that are used for Rosacea. That's why I have been researching for years and have developed a cream that has shown great results with my patients in the past. If you are interested you can go here and see the results for yourself.

        If you have any questions, I would be more than happy to help.

        Best,

        Dr. Bacheff
        Please stop advertising your products over this site.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by antwantsclear View Post
          Botox when expertly applied is a more tried and tested method to reduce redness, though it does need repeated every 5-6 months. PRP may be more permanent if repeated but there is very little evidence of its success yet. Botox is probably cheaper in general as well, though well worth paying for a very good doctor who is experienced in using it to treat rosacea (such doctors are few and far between). Botox is now available on the NHS as a headache treatment.
          I'm actually going in for a pro and stem cell treatment for tomorrow at $5000 I'll go in tomorrow to update you all on my progres.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Jedimaster2cool View Post
            I'm actually going in for a pro and stem cell treatment for tomorrow at $5000 I'll go in tomorrow to update you all on my progres.
            Cool, Jedimaster. Since this thread is about psychology or social anxiety, you may want to start your own thread about STEM CELL TREATMENT for rosacea. I just posted this related post on this subject. Keep us posted on your progress.

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