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    Default Seb Derm and chronic redness?

    I can't be sure if my persistant redness is being caused solely from rosacea. I do have seb derm, but, mostly on my scalp, a little now and then just below my nose. Can seb derm cause redness to the extent that rosacea can?

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    seb derm can cause redness. a well trained derm should be able to distinguish between rosacea and seb derm.

    maybe if you'd post some pics someone might be able to tell you...

    some good link (post from dr. nase) on seb derm:

    http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group.../message/64461

    he tells about treatment options. good reading...

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    I have both. Or rather, I think I had seb-derm prior to Rosacea and induced the latter through steroids use for the former. :?

    The SD was pretty bad for a while. I would get big, yellow scales on my facial skin, and got really red when rubbing them off. Logically, Accutane should work pretty well against SD as well, shouldn`t it?

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