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  • phlika29
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    Whilst the report by banshee does not follow the suggested format it is a valuable report that should help many:

    http://www.rosaceagroup.org/The_Rosa...939#post190939

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  • TheMediumDog
    started a topic Success Stories

    Success Stories

    Many members of this forum have achieved control of their symptoms, or even remission, by pursuing treatment.

    With rosacea, what works for one person may not work for another. But you can gain a better idea of what might work for you, through reading the experiences, successes and failures of others whose condition sounds similar to your own.

    For newbies: Click on the links below to threads describing stories of control and remission.

    For those who want to add their story: Please copy the template below and paste into a new thread. The moderators will then create a link to your story below.

    For everyone: Please suggest existing threads to include in the links below (a PM to a moderator will work).

    * * * *

    Rosacea success-story template
    (this is only a guide - feel free to be creative)

    BASIC ROSACEA SUBTYPE(S) (if you know it/them) & SEVERITY
    (I Erythematotelangiectatic; II Papulopustular; III Phymatous; IV Ocular):


    SKIN TYPE
    (e.g. dry, normal, oily, hyper-sensitive, reacts badly to sunlight, thin, thick):


    CO-EXISTING CONDITIONS
    (e.g. seb derm, acne, allergies, candida):


    CURRENT MAIN SYMPTOMS & AREAS AFFECTED
    (e.g. permanent redness, burning sensations, stinging, nerve pain, spider veins, facial swelling, rhinophyma, lumpy skin, papules, pustules, ocular rosacea):


    ONSET AND PROGRESSION OF SYMPTOMS
    (i.e. when and how your rosacea started, and how it has changed):


    TRIGGERS
    (e.g. heat, exercise, food):


    MOST SUCCESSFUL TREATMENTS
    (and how each helped; please list only treatments pursued for at least 3 months):



    LEAST SUCCESSFUL TREATMENTS
    (and any problems caused):


    Last edited by TheMediumDog; 5 July 2008, 11:07 AM.
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