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    Mmmm. I take your point. I guess the root of...

    Mmmm. I take your point.

    I guess the root of the issue is that I don't believe enough in the biofilm diagnosis (or rather, that it applies to me) to make me 'power through' a worsening in the...
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    Hi, Well, for me the digestive disturbance was...

    Hi,

    Well, for me the digestive disturbance was significant enough that it stopped me from continuing with it. So I would only have been on it for.....under a week. (My rosacea seems tightly...
  3. This has nothing particularly to do with rosacea....

    This has nothing particularly to do with rosacea.

    In each inflammatory disease, a different set of processes is involved, I think. From what I read, there's no suggestion that this would be...
  4. Good find. ...

    Good find.

    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2011/01/110116144132.htm

    This reports on the same story. Explanation is fairly clear.
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    There is no single best one, IMO. The different...

    There is no single best one, IMO. The different species do different things.

    Also, the science behind it all is still in its very early days. Down there in the gut, is a system of staggering...
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    You may have to mail the customer services...

    You may have to mail the customer services department of the company. I think that regulation on nanoparticles hasn't really settled down yet, so labelling is an issue.
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    Good stuff. It would be useful if you could...

    Good stuff.

    It would be useful if you could group the studies by their subject. I.e. to add studies on the same subject to a single thread. Then we could sticky them, and have a resource.
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    - That info about the connection between the...

    - That info about the connection between the hydrogen sulphide and lower core body temperature is very interesting. Quite a find.

    - Yes, certainly, by far the biggest source of variation, comes...
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    Just checking that you're aware that Interfase...

    Just checking that you're aware that Interfase Plus contains EDTA, plus a bunch of enzymes. That's why I mentioned those things in my post.

    Probiotics have typically made things worse for me; it...
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    Ah, yes, I have tried this! At the moment, I...

    Ah, yes, I have tried this!

    At the moment, I am trying out a whole bunch of different products directed towards the gut. (Background being: I had a CDSA done, revealing a couple of overgrown...
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    SansRosa Phase 2 trials

    http://rosacea-support.org/galderma-sends-sansrosa-backwards-phase-2-dosage-trials-again.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+RosaceaNews+%28Rosacea+News%29
  12. I wonder how much this would cost. I think...

    I wonder how much this would cost. I think sometimes, it is fairly costly to produce a specific protein like this.
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    They were pharmaceutical distributors/reps. I...

    They were pharmaceutical distributors/reps. I don't know for sure whether the individuals posting were selling Rifaximin. On a couple of IBS/SIBO-forum postings, I've also read a murmer or two about...
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    A couple of things: From the links, you'll...

    A couple of things:

    From the links, you'll probably have figured out that Rifaximin in only going to work if your rosacea is caused by Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth. According to the...
  15. Genetic factors will play a role. As with most...

    Genetic factors will play a role. As with most other diseases though, numerous other factors will be just as important - overall health, nutritional status, integrity of the skin, gut microflora,...
  16. Couple of points: It seems to me a bit...

    Couple of points:

    It seems to me a bit unlikely that it is seb derm, at least any classic seb derm (malassezia) because of the abrupt onset. From my experience, that isn't the usual pattern.
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    This is very interesting indeed. It would be...

    This is very interesting indeed.

    It would be great if you kept going with your records, and noted any further refinements in your (self-)diagnosis, or method of treatment.

    Also, I am going to...
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    Are you lactose intolerant? Basically, there...

    Are you lactose intolerant?

    Basically, there are a variety of ways by which you can create inflamed intestines. If you are lactose intolerant, eating dairy is going to contribute to inflammation...
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    Just to add to what Mask says (good advice), as a...

    Just to add to what Mask says (good advice), as a bit of background:

    As you probably know, prebiotics are basically food for your existing bacteria. The thing to remember is that they are things...
  20. You can develop lactose intolerance (and other...

    You can develop lactose intolerance (and other intolerances) if your digestive system has been inflamed/disrupted.

    These intolerances are temporary. The intestinal system has specific mechanisms...
  21. Christine - I think you should pay attention to...

    Christine - I think you should pay attention to the success you seemed to have last time, while not eating food.

    For some rosacea sufferers, the cause is in the gut. There are lots of basic...
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    It would be interesting to know what proportion...

    It would be interesting to know what proportion of the successfully-treated patients (in either hydrogen or methan classes) suffered any of the classic symptoms of SIBO, or had any kind of...
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    Yes, retinoic acid is the form of vitamin A that...

    Yes, retinoic acid is the form of vitamin A that the body uses. (Or it might be one or two more chemical derivations along, like cis-retinoic acid or whatever).

    (My '' is above my '3'. Dollars...
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    Wow, that's interesting. I wonder if that...

    Wow, that's interesting. I wonder if that explains the (some time) efficacy of low-dose accutane.

    Vit D comes out looking like a real bad guy, but I just have real difficulty accepting that. The...
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    Look up a few online leaflets on SIBO. The...

    Look up a few online leaflets on SIBO.

    The mainstream explanation for developing SIBO is that it has to do with the muscles of the gut not operating properly. The muscles basically do this...
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