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    The doxy will definitely help you with your P&Ps,...

    The doxy will definitely help you with your P&Ps, although it can take a while to kick in as well. How long have you been taking it?

    Personally, I didn't see any improvement in my flushing or...
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    I tried Soolantra a few years ago and I recall it...

    I tried Soolantra a few years ago and I recall it took about 6-8 weeks to see improvement. Ultimately, after around 14 weeks of treatment, I felt that I wasn't happy with the overall improvement and...
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    I think it's fairly unlikely to be the doxy. I...

    I think it's fairly unlikely to be the doxy. I can't recall seeing anyone report a breakout from doxy on here. I used doxy (on and off) for a significant period a few years ago and never experienced...
  4. Thread: Honest Reviews

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    Not sure where you are based, but I highly...

    Not sure where you are based, but I highly recommend visiting your local store or counter at your local department store and asking for / purchasing the little sample tear packets they have. I got a...
  5. Thread: Antibiotics

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    I was on doxycycline and then minocycline for...

    I was on doxycycline and then minocycline for about 12 months a few years ago. It helped get my P&Ps under control (in combination with topical Metronidazole) but the biggest difference was on my...
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    Hi Brady. Apologies if you have answered this...

    Hi Brady. Apologies if you have answered this elsewhere, but why do you recommend the newer version over the old? I have seen you post elsewhere that in your experience the new cream is as equally...
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    I have similar symptoms (although also...

    I have similar symptoms (although also accompanied with more 'traditional' rosacea symptoms). I used to flush after lunch everyday, like clockwork at 2:00PM without fail, then that oddly switched to...
  8. Hi there This is a really tough ask as...

    Hi there

    This is a really tough ask as everyone's skin is different. In fact, I often feel like my own skin is different from my OWN skin depending on the month -- that is, sometimes a product...
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    Hi Nellukas First off, I just wanted to say...

    Hi Nellukas

    First off, I just wanted to say thank you for continuing to return and keep us updated with your progress -- I'm sure I speak for everyone when I say we really appreciate it.

    That's...
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    Sticky: Did you find it helped your rosacea symptoms? I...

    Did you find it helped your rosacea symptoms? I take it it wasn't a silver bullet like in Duff Man's case...
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    Sticky: Found this thread here...

    Found this thread here, where three users discuss their experiences with plaquenil. It seemed to help their symptoms. I'm sure there are others threads floating around too.
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    Sticky: This is exciting! It's great that it's an...

    This is exciting! It's great that it's an already widely available medication and we won't have to wait years to hear some anecdotal evidence.
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    Any update on how you are travelling with the ZZ...

    Any update on how you are travelling with the ZZ cream Mothinrust? Have things continued to improve?
  14. Thread: Zhongzhou cream

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    Brady, assuming that the ZZ cream is providing...

    Brady, assuming that the ZZ cream is providing clearance by killing / reducing the population of the demodex mites, why do you think eating sugar/carbodydrates causes you to break out again? If we...
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    My primary issue is with rosacea but I may have...

    My primary issue is with rosacea but I may have some (undiagnosed) sub derm issues too. I think they often go hand in hand.
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    I get this too. Not sure of the cause... ...

    I get this too. Not sure of the cause... Hopefully someone on here recognises it as I'd be interested to know as well
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    If you're willing to try anything and have an...

    If you're willing to try anything and have an open mind, I would throw traditional Chinese medicine into the potential pile of options. A reputable practitioner should be able to achieve good...
  18. I'm not going to claim to be an expert on HCL,...

    I'm not going to claim to be an expert on HCL, but the research I did before I trialled it suggested that a small level like that would do nothing. The idea is to raise the number of pills you take...
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    How many tablets did you get up to before eating? And do your tablets contain pepsin in addition to HCL?
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    I wanted to report back here as promised re the...

    I wanted to report back here as promised re the Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1% product from the The Ordinary. I've been using it for about six weeks now.

    I apply it once per day before bed. It's...
  21. I did an experiment with HCL (with pepsin)...

    I did an experiment with HCL (with pepsin) earlier in the year. I did the baking soda test and gradually added one pill per few days until I got up to around 10, with no burning or reaction.

    I...
  22. The answer is that it depends on the person and...

    The answer is that it depends on the person and their rosacea. My derm says that the rule of thumb for trialling these types of medications is that you should start seeing results within 6-8 weeks,...
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    Personally I never noticed much of a change to my...

    Personally I never noticed much of a change to my nose, but it definitely works for my cheeks, jaw, eye area. No harm in trying though!
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    Also, I can't believe I forgot to mention this -...

    Also, I can't believe I forgot to mention this - lymph massage!! My facial swelling doesn't bother me much (compared to my nasal swelling) so this completely slipped my mind as I wrote my response...
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    I've never actually consistently tried aspirin -...

    I've never actually consistently tried aspirin - I will add it to my experiment list.

    I've tried a range of things for the swelling in the past (quercetin, bromelain, antihistamines, restriction...
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