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    I would try a small clip on fan? They make barely...

    I would try a small clip on fan? They make barely any noise and you can clip them discretely on your desk or next to your computer if you work with one. I use some too (to travel with) and mine is...
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    Mirtazapine can help a lot for some her with...

    Mirtazapine can help a lot for some her with flushing and burning. But it has a strange dual functioning. At lower doses, (7.5 - 15 mg) it has the strongest antihistamine effect, which causes the...
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    This is an old post, but I came back onto it...

    This is an old post, but I came back onto it again. Looked for some science to back this up but I can't find it. I did come across this research:


    "Interaction of clonidine and beta-blockers....
  4. Thread: I知 so scared

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    Hi Weezer You have to give the post-accutane...

    Hi Weezer


    You have to give the post-accutane (/antibiotics) swelling more time the subside. Accutane takes a long time to be flushed entirely from the body and the fat storage, and you need to...
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    Hi Vmar glad to hear the IPL machine was new....

    Hi Vmar

    glad to hear the IPL machine was new. I wonder if it was the same 'brand' as the Quantum I was treated with because if so, it is a type of machine that has been around a long time, at...
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    Nice to read that Darren.. Yeh many here saw dr...

    Nice to read that Darren.. Yeh many here saw dr Crouch, he was knowledgeable, friendly, realistic and had rosacea himself. Bless him, he is missed all-round I think.
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    I was treated with the Quantum IPL machine in...

    I was treated with the Quantum IPL machine in 2005. It was a drama for me. And an old type of machine, I was later told by the great Dr. Crouch. If a shallow filter was used (560 filter for...
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    Oh no... sorry to read :( I just read up a lot on...

    Oh no... sorry to read :( I just read up a lot on neurogenic rosacea (have it myself too) and apparently IPL or laser are said to be tricky, as people with neurogenic rosacea have a heightened...
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    Yeh I'm in the same boat. No pimples but very...

    Yeh I'm in the same boat. No pimples but very violent flushes and a lot of redness on the face and burning. Flushing can be hard to treat.

    Have you thought about putting on a small fan on low when...
  10. Thread: I知 so scared

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    So sorry Weezer that you are in such a bad place...

    So sorry Weezer that you are in such a bad place at the moment. I relate completely, being burned up and on fire and feeling that there is no escape can be maddening and claustrophobic. I would like...
  11. Food triggers are so personal, it can be very...

    Food triggers are so personal, it can be very hard to figure them all out.. It also depends on your type of rosacea and symptoms? Someone with fixed redness our p&p problems can react to different...
  12. Suffering is a very personal affair and what is...

    Suffering is a very personal affair and what is unbearable for one person might not be for another. But these days I am happy to have at least 6 hours in the day where I don't burn and flush and am...
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    Hi Rich just chiming in also. My experience...

    Hi Rich

    just chiming in also. My experience with mirtazapine was that at 15 mg it worked probably best for my flushing (against them I mean). But at that dose the antidepressant effect wasn't big...
  14. True. I remember an old post on here, quite some...

    True. I remember an old post on here, quite some time ago, where people shared how many years of their lives, or what limbs, they were willing to trade for a rosacea free life. I happily give up ten...
  15. Thread: Am I to blame?

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    Don't blame yourself... You are not the only...

    Don't blame yourself... You are not the only person who had this experience. I've read more often from others here about it and I had the same issue about 15 years ago. I had rosacea flushing and...
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    Hi, I had the same problem, face flushing and...

    Hi, I had the same problem, face flushing and redness during and (long) after brushing my teeth. For me it had to do with the toothpaste I used. I thought for a while that it was the fluoride that...
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    Hi Delia yes my flare did go down again but I...

    Hi Delia

    yes my flare did go down again but I remember it took about 3 (!) weeks. I had more skin redness, flushing and burning, but only of my rosacea face, I never got the overall body tingling...
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    Hi! IPL and laser have helped many people with...

    Hi! IPL and laser have helped many people with rosacea redness and flushing. Back in 2005 I rushed into an IPL treatment after reading a few good testimonials for Dr Mervyn Patterson here, but it did...
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    I have this too! I was starting to think it was...

    I have this too! I was starting to think it was due to some sort of chemical sensitivity disorder, or an allergy perhaps. I am super sensitive to smells and flush badly from some of them; from...
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    Hi Meg, sorry that you have night time flushing...

    Hi Meg, sorry that you have night time flushing issues. What has helped me is to firstly sleep a bit elevated with my head, so with several pillows. It also helps me to not overheat at night, so no...
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    Absolutely Laser_cat, with the obvious elephant...

    Absolutely Laser_cat, with the obvious elephant in the room out the way (the unrealistic rebound percentages mentioned) there was more interesting info in that article, great find!
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    Also interesting about the researcher: ...

    Also interesting about the researcher:

    DISCLOSURES:In relationship to this manuscript, Dr. Del Rosso serves as a consultant, speaker, and research investigator for Bayer HealthCare Pharmaceuticals...
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    I read through Colin Dahls entire Warm Room...

    I read through Colin Dahls entire Warm Room Theory again, and I agree with it, being in a cold environment, or cooling the skin too much does indeed give a neuropeptide fueled flushing (rebound also)...
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    Agree! And good point on the demodex factor. I...

    Agree! And good point on the demodex factor. I read from more members here that plaquenil especially can help rosacea redness and flushing. I tried it 3 times over the years and always my eyes start...
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    It is a great theory and probably working for a...

    It is a great theory and probably working for a lot of people. I have no doubt that in my mild/moderate rosacea days, this was very useful. But these days I have such dense vascularity in my face and...
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