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    Default Hascovir

    I've struggled for 6 years with this condition especially with warm to hot conditions, this is a virus which can be stopped with the treatment of antiviral drug called Acyclovir available in tablet form called Hascovir - it stops the virus multiplying, but guessing will be on it all my life!

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    Can you offer any independent evidence for what you are stating?

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    There has been an ongoing discussion about the effect of Acyclovir in this thread (https://rosaceagroup.org/The_Rosacea...ight=Acyclovir). Some links to research / case reports are linked in that thread.

    emblets - Have you had success treating your rosacea with Acyclovir? If yes, can you tell us a bit about your rosacea symptoms and the effect that the Acyclovir has had?

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    Default Rosacea and Stomach problems

    Generally burning esophagus with hot drinks, stomach reflux, burning facial skin and raised blood vessels that leads to blisters and high blood pressure

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    Within 2 weeks taking 200mg of Hascovir per day, facial burning has stopped completely ;-)

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    What is required in this is a formal study, not casual observations of individual patients.

    I'm not trying to denigrate the observations, on the contrary, but a controlled investigation, not individual case reports, is essential before recommendations can reasonably be made.

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    Are you a doctor???

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    Errr, no. I am a retired research chemist.

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