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  1. I'm also very curious to hear more about this. ...

    I'm also very curious to hear more about this.

    Tom, how much vitamin D do you consume? I've been taking 5000 IU on and off for a few months. I find it so difficult to tell if a supplement is...
  2. Moisturizer recommendations for warm summer days which don't sweat?

    Any good moisturizer recommendations for the summer? I've been using vanicream but it seems to come off white if I'm outside for awhile and start sweating.

    Currently looking at Sukin Mattifying...
  3. Moisturizer (vanicream) melts off from sweat?

    I've been using vanicream for awhile, usually works pretty well. However, when it's really hot it seems to melt off?

    Is there a way to avoid this? Am I applying too much? Has anyone experienced...
  4. Has anyone else experimented with the extended...

    Has anyone else experimented with the extended release and the immediate release?
  5. Very interesting. It makes sense that the...

    Very interesting. It makes sense that the immediate release comes on stronger and was more helpful for me in the past. I wonder if other people have reported that the extended release takes a few...
  6. Thank you. Would taking the immediate release 5...

    Thank you. Would taking the immediate release 5 days a week (not on the weekend) make sense? Or would it mess with my blood pressure on the days I don't take it?
  7. Is propranolol immediate release more effective than the extended release?

    Like a lot of people on here, propranolol has helped me immensely. I recently got a new job and I'm interested in taking it everyday. I've experimented with immediate release and extended release.
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  8. Random flareup from steak alleviated with propranolol?

    I had a random flareup after eating steak, which is unusual, but it's not something I eat often. I do tend to eat hamburgers every so often w/out any problems, so this was strange. I can't think of...
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    Thanks for the info. How severe is your redness?...

    Thanks for the info. How severe is your redness? How often were you flushing? I agree flushing is annoying and can sometimes affect my life, but it's not crohn's disease or cancer or any other...
  10. Why did you use Mirvaso if you didn't have...

    Why did you use Mirvaso if you didn't have rosacea?

    With all due respect, your skin looks pretty good and seeking absolute perfection is nonsense. Everyone has skin blemishes and some redness....
  11. I agree, your skin does look great. I think this...

    I agree, your skin does look great. I think this is as good as it gets and don't see why you'd want to keep doing more laser sessions?

    I'm also curious about azelaic acid. Most people w/ type 1...
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    Curious about this as well, haven't seen any...

    Curious about this as well, haven't seen any reports of zz cream helping for subtype 1 on here
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    How long does it take for the bruising to go...

    How long does it take for the bruising to go away? Do you take work off?

    This seems like such a pain in the ass. I'm considering vbeam but I don't want to be locked in my room for two weeks. I...
  14. Thread: Hope

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    Thanks for posting. What helped?

    Thanks for posting. What helped?
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    It's usually short-lived, only because I...

    It's usually short-lived, only because I instantly find a fan, AC, or cold water to cool myself down. Primarily from anxiety / social encounters / stress. Though I do flush if I go jogging or enter a...
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    Thanks antwantsclear. I assume my beta receptors...

    Thanks antwantsclear. I assume my beta receptors are the problem if propranolol has been effective for me? What type of flushing would alpha receptors be?
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    clonidine vs propranolol

    I've had much success with taking propranolol on rare occasions. I tried taking it everyday one week and found it made my skin more blotchy. Is this common? However, it could have been due to other...
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