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    Default seb derm........

    Once you have seb derm, will it ever go away for good or have we got it for the rest of our lives? My personal case is probably fairly mild compared to others, but it seems that life is being dictated by this disease! The worst effect id say is that it increases anxiety and totally knocks your confidence levels, even around family and friends.

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    Short answer...maybe. It could go into remission on its own, it could come and go with the seasons, it could stay the same forever, or it could get progressively worse. It totally depends on the individual and about a million other variables. Even though there's no "cure," if your case is relatively mild hopefully you can find something to control it well enough to make it seem like it's gone for good.

    As for the "worst effect," I couldn't agree more.....

    hope that helps!

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    i think seb derm can be overcome with a positive mentality, getting to the point were you wake up in the morning, and dont instantly think to check how bad your face is. Not checking in mirrors to see how red your face is, and going out socialising really takes your mind off seb derm, and i think if your body feels as though its enjoying itself it does respond positively.

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    i recently got back with my girlfriend who i had split up with 6 monthes ago, and wow i've had perfect skin for 4 days so far. This disease has got to be linked with happiness!!

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