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  1. Cool, thanks Brady!

    Cool, thanks Brady!
  2. Soolantra reaction; die-off or bad reaction?

    Subtype 1 sufferer here.

    So I decided to test patch Soolantra on my nose to see if it helps treat the underlying inflammation.

    (I understand Ivermectin has anti-inflammatory properties in...
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    How's this been going, still working for you?

    How's this been going, still working for you?
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    Sounds interesting, is the reduction in flushing...

    Sounds interesting, is the reduction in flushing just in the area on the nose where you applied the cream , or has flushing reduced all over your face?

    (Diphenhydramine is the active ingredient...
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    In one of the studies on Carvedilol for Rosacea,...

    In one of the studies on Carvedilol for Rosacea, one of doses used was 31.25mg per day so it’s not unheard of https://www.jaad.org/article/S0190-9622(12)00440-9/pdf

    What effect has 10mg...
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    Hey Sepi, how has your Rosacea been since you...

    Hey Sepi, how has your Rosacea been since you started applying the chili cream?
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    Thanks man, do you use Zhongzhou cream? I get the...

    Thanks man, do you use Zhongzhou cream? I get the impression it's more for subtype 2?
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    Rosacure by SkinMed

    Has anyone here used this product before?

    https://www.theskinmedshop.com/rosacure-fast-30ml-c2x15783448

    It’s endorsed by Professor Tony Chu. Thinking of trying it, wanted to see what peoples...
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    Awesome, thanks for letting us know, please keep...

    Awesome, thanks for letting us know, please keep us updated!
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    Thanks so much for the detailed info, sorry to...

    Thanks so much for the detailed info, sorry to hear it wasn’t ideal for you, it still sounds like it could be a pretty useful additional treatment for the right candidates.

    Regarding botox, do you...
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    Hey antwantsclear, I know this thread is a bit...

    Hey antwantsclear,

    I know this thread is a bit old now, but I’m also looking at getting botox for Rosacea flushing in the UK.

    I was just wondering if you had any luck with finding a dr in the...
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    I’m not sure I understand the distinction...

    I’m not sure I understand the distinction between the two in this context - my interest is in treating the flushes associated with subtype 1 Rosacea :)
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    I didn’t get on with Mirtazapine but thankfully...

    I didn’t get on with Mirtazapine but thankfully it’s helping many of us.

    No doubt Trazodone has its side effects, but they could be minimal at very low doses. RE priapism, it’s my...
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    This Laser_cat how have you been getting on...

    This

    Laser_cat how have you been getting on with it, would you recommend it based on your progress?
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    Could low-dose Trazodone help flushing?

    Hey everyone,

    I understand the generally accepted theory is antagonising 5ht2a is helpful for controlling flushing, hence one of the reasons for the popularity of low-dose Mirtazapine.
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    Anything lower than 15mg should be 'safe' (even...

    Anything lower than 15mg should be 'safe' (even 7.5 could be worth trying.) I've read people taking doses as high as around 20mg and helping with flushes. My impression is 30mg could be a bit high...
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    Sorry to hear about your dilemma. Perhaps as...

    Sorry to hear about your dilemma. Perhaps as you’re on Clonazapam, this might still give you enough of an anti-flushing affect to be able afford to come off the Clonidine? If not, perhaps you could...
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    Which subtype did your husband have?

    Which subtype did your husband have?
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    Klereska for Rosacea

    Anyone heard of this relatively new photo facial treatment?

    It’s a florescent light-therapy apparently used mostly for Acne / facial ‘rejuvenation’, now also offered for Rosacea. The case...
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    Antidepressants / SSRIs for flushing

    Hey everyone,

    For those of us who’ve found SSRIs / SNRs helpful for controlling their flushing, how long did it take for these drugs to start working? Also, do they tend to help with background...
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    Hi Laser_Cat, may I ask how does...

    Hi Laser_Cat, may I ask how does Palmitoylethanolamide help you, does it help at all with sensitivity to heat?
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    Nice one! Do you find the gauze pads retain the...

    Nice one! Do you find the gauze pads retain the moisture for the full 30 minute duration, or do they start to dry up fairly quickly? I’ve been trying to find gauzes made from ‘optimum’ material...
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    This is really interesting, thanks for the...

    This is really interesting, thanks for the update! May I ask what type of gauze you’re using? Also, are you placing the soaked gauzes on your skin and allowing it to sit their for 20 mins to...
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    Do these small bumps on the forehead not resemble...

    Do these small bumps on the forehead not resemble fungal acne?
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    Trial

    The mouse study looks interesting, suggests TA could be really helpful
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