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  1. I linked this on another thread but again gut...

    I linked this on another thread but again gut inflammation is implicated again in this recent study, its not terribly new news, but it in my case it is interesting that people with Crohnís disease...
  2. Association of rosacea with inflammatory bowel disease

    Another interesting article linking gut inflammation and rosacea

    https://journals.lww.com/md-journal/Fulltext/2019/10110/Association_of_rosacea_with_inflammatory_bowel.1.aspx
  3. I will be honest I havenít a clue how SIBO is...

    I will be honest I havenít a clue how SIBO is involved in rosacea, although interestingly a lot of medical literature is pointing to systemic inflammation along the IL 17 pathway for rosacea and...
  4. I am a complicated case as I will always have...

    I am a complicated case as I will always have some form of SIBO due to me having surgery to remove my ileocecal valve (Due to crohns disease). The ileocecal stops bacteria from moving from the large...
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    I agree there is very little documented, i just...

    I agree there is very little documented, i just think it would be great to get out of the damaging cycle. I donít think I can ever stop the rhinophyma I have. But if I can slow it down some what that...
  6. A lengthy article but worth a read ...

    A lengthy article but worth a read

    https://medium.com/@stkirsch/insights-from-mark-pimentel-on-the-treatment-of-sibo-c091bb5aa00
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    I have read about Botox but i would be concerned...

    I have read about Botox but i would be concerned about about adding foreign material into my skin. As i rosacea which overlaps with psoriasis. I prefer the idea of something that heals the skin.
  8. Thank you, how are you finding the PRP treatment...

    Thank you, how are you finding the PRP treatment I have been looking at clinics in the UK. Does it reduce your flushing and skin sensitivity?
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    Interesting find if it lasted year as a treatment...

    Interesting find if it lasted year as a treatment (although the author of the blog mentions it lasted 6months). It also seems less destructive than laser treatment too.
  10. It might be worth looking into taking a...

    It might be worth looking into taking a prokinetic to reduce gut transit time. Prucalopride at 0.5mg a day four hours after eating and just before bed, is a standard treatment for SIBO.
  11. Hi Very interesting reading your post and it...

    Hi Very interesting reading your post and it seems we have both been trying to tackle the rosacea in similar way. September 2018 I also had an IV of mesenchymal umbilical cord stem cells at the stem...
  12. I am exactly the same I take 10 HCL Tablets with...

    I am exactly the same I take 10 HCL Tablets with digestive enzymes and feel nothing as well. I would be really curious to see how many people when they take the baking soda test have low stomach...
  13. Hi Boris, I am curious about the leaky gut test;...

    Hi Boris, I am curious about the leaky gut test; Did it just tell you that you had leaky gut or is there a scale of how leaky your gut is? Also there is a lot of debate about intestinal permeability...
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    Not a moisturizer but have you tried zinc zinc...

    Not a moisturizer but have you tried zinc zinc pyrithone soap

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Noble-Formula-Pyrithione-Zinc-Soap/dp/B00G7TUDA0
  15. Sadly not I still have the infection and seems...

    Sadly not I still have the infection and seems impossible to remove the parasites... although there is a doctor who does an antibiotic infusion in Australia. It looks likely I will have to live with...
  16. Found another link to artesunate

    Not sure if they are the same or similar compound, perhaps this has been discussed about before. Would be interesting to know the dosing and whether it is as effective as doxycycline without the...
  17. Artemisinin, a potential option to inhibit inflammation and angiogenesis in rosacea

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    ART attenuated rosacea-like dermatitis in LL37-induced mouse model.

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    ART reduced the expression of proinflammatory factors and infiltration of inflammation cells in LL37-induced...
  18. Thread: IPL machine

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    I would just be really careful about doing IPL...

    I would just be really careful about doing IPL yourself, I had IPL back in late 2016 when I was first diagnosed with rosacea and it damaged my skin, This was with a practitioner in Harley Street. So...
  19. Thanks for all that info. I don’t eat diary,...

    Thanks for all that info. I don’t eat diary, wheat rice etc... to be honest I don’t really like eating at all anymore. With the association of pain that I developed with Crohn’s disease and now with...
  20. Hmm Good question, I havent been on accutane...

    Hmm Good question, I havent been on accutane since January 2018, I didnt experience any crohns related problems whilst on it to be honest. My crohns as been quite good since my resection in 2009...
  21. I decided to go ahead and purchase the article...

    I decided to go ahead and purchase the article mentioned above. Most of it covers similar aspects to a lot of papers on Rosacea. Although interestingly highlights that most current therapies like...
  22. Hi Ant and Tom, Thank you both for writing and...

    Hi Ant and Tom,

    Thank you both for writing and giving out some ideas of possible ways to tackle this.

    I can understand what you mean about accutane, but according to the derm who prescribed it...
  23. Sorry forgot to list my treatments. I have...

    Sorry forgot to list my treatments.

    I have tried.

    Doxycycline - worked at the initial stages lost it effectiveness
    Low dose Accutane - sadly didnít work
    Red light therapy - sadly didnít...
  24. Hi Brady, Thank you so much for your reply....

    Hi Brady,

    Thank you so much for your reply. Sadly I do have all 3 disease I have swelling and large pores and I was briefly on low dose accutane in 2017 to treat the swelling nose but it didnít...
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    I hope you do find a treatment that works, many...

    I hope you do find a treatment that works, many people do especially if you get the right treatment at the early stages. Be careful with anything too aggressive if you have sensitive skin.

    I have...
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