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    Hi Everyone, hoping this is the right place to post?

    No medical history, no known allergies, no medications, not overweight, sun worshiper. Recent comprehensive panel, allergies panel all within normal limits and negative. Doctor advice to eat healthy and exercise.

    I have had odd symptoms on and off that have started over the last year or so. For instance, After drinking coffee I seem to get an intense burning/stinging sensation mainly on my cheeks and neck with discomfort on my nose. I feel like I'm flushing but do not become bright red or sweat. Also, I have noticed this same condition after eating certain types of foods such as pasta, cereal, dairy(mozzarella), peanuts. My nose has also seemed to become sore, like a swelling feeling, but not so obvious as a real swelled up nose, soreness occurring on the inside and outside. I'm also, feeling burning and grittiness in my eyes. Over the course of the last couple years I do recall having a couple of severe flushing events during some stressful times, but most normally do not have a bright red complexion, more like a sort of pink. I've spent a good number of years outside in the sun, but no longer. I do notice that when I do go out in the sun, I can't seem to stay very long without feeling a sensitivity to it. I do not have any acne like symptoms, but do have some little threads that have popped up around/on the nose. I feel like my nose, cheeks and neck are always now more irritated with common daily activities, not too an extreme, but discomfort.

    I don't think its allergies, celiac or lactose intolerant as I do not have any nausea, vomiting, etc.

    Can anyone recall if this is how their rosacea started?

    Thanks for your help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by imnotsure1 View Post
    Hi Everyone, hoping this is the right place to post?

    No medical history, no known allergies, no medications, not overweight, sun worshiper. Recent comprehensive panel, allergies panel all within normal limits and negative. Doctor advice to eat healthy and exercise.

    I have had odd symptoms on and off that have started over the last year or so. For instance, After drinking coffee I seem to get an intense burning/stinging sensation mainly on my cheeks and neck with discomfort on my nose. I feel like I'm flushing but do not become bright red or sweat. Also, I have noticed this same condition after eating certain types of foods such as pasta, cereal, dairy(mozzarella), peanuts. My nose has also seemed to become sore, like a swelling feeling, but not so obvious as a real swelled up nose, soreness occurring on the inside and outside. I'm also, feeling burning and grittiness in my eyes. Over the course of the last couple years I do recall having a couple of severe flushing events during some stressful times, but most normally do not have a bright red complexion, more like a sort of pink. I've spent a good number of years outside in the sun, but no longer. I do notice that when I do go out in the sun, I can't seem to stay very long without feeling a sensitivity to it. I do not have any acne like symptoms, but do have some little threads that have popped up around/on the nose. I feel like my nose, cheeks and neck are always now more irritated with common daily activities, not too an extreme, but discomfort.

    I don't think its allergies, celiac or lactose intolerant as I do not have any nausea, vomiting, etc.

    Can anyone recall if this is how their rosacea started?

    Thanks for your help.
    Hi, are you still here?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Momof View Post
    Hi, are you still here?
    Momof,
    imnotsure1 posted this over two years ago and only posted once, in this thread. The rosaceans come and go, posting their rosacea woes. Since no one responded to imnotsure1's post, the odds on posting back in this thread are slim to none, but you have dug up an old post for some reason. Are you experiencing the same signs/symptoms?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brady Barrows View Post
    Momof,
    imnotsure1 posted this over two years ago and only posted once, in this thread. The rosaceans come and go, posting their rosacea woes. Since no one responded to imnotsure1's post, the odds on posting back in this thread are slim to none, but you have dug up an old post for some reason. Are you experiencing the same signs/symptoms?
    Yes I was

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    Quote Originally Posted by Momof View Post
    Yes I was
    What is your question about?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brady Barrows View Post
    What is your question about?
    I was wondering how the person who posted is doing now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Momof View Post
    I was wondering how the person who posted is doing now.
    As I mentioned previously, imnotsure1 only posted this one post two years ago and no one responded except you two years later so the odds are slim to none that imnotsure1 will reply to your question.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brady Barrows View Post
    As I mentioned previously, imnotsure1 only posted this one post two years ago and no one responded except you two years later so the odds are slim to none that imnotsure1 will reply to your question.
    That’s fine

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