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    Since my pregnancy i devolped flush and redness particulalry on my nose, before i have just redness under my nose. Since 3 month i have in addition tiny pustules and brokencapillaries on my nose. My nose itch and i feel it's swollen. I am afraid to develop rhinophyma, i am only 27 years old. What can i do? I have test metro and soolantra. Thanks you.

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    Have you tried doxycycline yet?

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    What you are asking is a FAQ and you may want to read this post to help you understand.
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    Les flushs peuvent etre due a toute sorte de maladies (rosacee, syndrome carcinoide, lupus, activation mastocytaires, histamine, allergies, probleme hormonal, etc). Les dermato ont tendances a aller un peu vite et a conclure sans aucun diagnostic reel : "oh, vous avez de la rosacee, tenez mettez cette creme totalement inutile merci aurevoir ca fera 80euros"...

    Puisque tu as developpe ca apres ta grossesse, on peut imaginer que c'est peut-etre autre chose qu'un simple probleme de peau (peut-etre un dereglement hormonal ou autre).

    Personnellement, je te conseillerais d'en parler non pas a un dermato, mais a ton medecin traitant ou eventuellement un endocrinologue.
    La premiere etape serait surement de faire une bilan sanguin complet pour voir si y'a pas une anomalie.

    Desole mais je ne peux rien te conseiller comme produit en particulier, il y a tellement de traitements possibles pour autant de maladies possibles.

    Dans quels circonstances est ce que tu flush ? (repas ? stress ? sport ? temperature ? ou est-ce une rougeur permanente ?)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryohiku View Post
    Les flushs peuvent etre due a toute sorte de maladies (rosacee, syndrome carcinoide, lupus, activation mastocytaires, histamine, allergies, probleme hormonal, etc). Les dermato ont tendances a aller un peu vite et a conclure sans aucun diagnostic reel : "oh, vous avez de la rosacee, tenez mettez cette creme totalement inutile merci aurevoir ca fera 80euros"...

    Puisque tu as developpe ca apres ta grossesse, on peut imaginer que c'est peut-etre autre chose qu'un simple probleme de peau (peut-etre un dereglement hormonal ou autre).

    Personnellement, je te conseillerais d'en parler non pas a un dermato, mais a ton medecin traitant ou eventuellement un endocrinologue.
    La premiere etape serait surement de faire une bilan sanguin complet pour voir si y'a pas une anomalie.

    Desole mais je ne peux rien te conseiller comme produit en particulier, il y a tellement de traitements possibles pour autant de maladies possibles.

    Dans quels circonstances est ce que tu flush ? (repas ? stress ? sport ? temperature ? ou est-ce une rougeur permanente ?)
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    Flushes can be due to all kinds of diseases (rosacea, carcinoid syndrome, lupus, mast cell activation, histamine, allergies, hormonal problem, etc.). The dermatologists tend to go a little quickly and to conclude without any real diagnosis: "oh, you have rosaceous, here put this totally useless cream thank you goodbye it will be 80 euros" ... Since you developed this after your pregnancy, one can imagine that it might be something other than a simple skin problem (maybe hormonal disturbance or something else). Personally, I would advise you to speak about it not to a dermatologist, but to your attending physician or possibly an endocrinologist. The first step would surely be to do a complete blood test to see if there is an abnormality. Sorry but I can't advise you as a specific product, there are so many possible treatments for so many possible diseases. Under what circumstances do you flush? (meals? stress? sport? temperature? or is it a permanent redness?)
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