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Can You Get Rosacea On Other Parts Of Your Body
Past 48 hrs I have been periodically experiencing tiny cold "zap" sensations (random parts of body). I have rosacea, but no other issues. Any ideas?
Nonspecific: These symptoms are nondiagnostic because of their very fleeting nature occurring in scattered areas of the body in a random way. In my experience such nonspecific symptoms rarely result in a specific diagnosis and usually resolve. Rarely are they due to deficiencies of calcium, magnesium, vitamin b12, iron or potassium. If they persist, discuss this with your physician who can order blood work ...Read more
Rosacea in children: Although the incidence of rosacea in adolescents and children is infrequent, such cases have been documented in the medical literature. Eyelid styes may be one form. Rosacea often runs in families, and rosacea sufferers would be wise to be on the lookout for early signs in children in order to seek diagnosis and treatment before the condition worsens. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See a dermatologist: Rosacea is a common, chronic, acne-like skin condition that affects adults, and its symptoms tend to come and go. Rosacea triggers include alcohol, hot or spicy foods, emotional stress, and increased temperature or exposure to sun. It can be a troubling condition, but there are effective medical treatments available. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See a doctor: Rosacea is a very common disorder and affects as many as 1 out of 3 people. It can also be very hard to control with over the counter products alone. Many physicians will recommend a combination of a low dose oral antibiotic along with a topical anti-fungal and perhaps a steroid to address both chronic as well as acute symptoms. Best to see a doctor and have them individualize a program. ...Read more
Can sweat irritate my rosacea or make it worse? My rosacea seems to flare up and get worse ever time i work out. Could sweat be causing this?
What type of rosacea effects the whole body? My dr said that's what this is and cream he gave isn't helping. Think it's something else. Please help.
Rosacea: Rosacea is characterized by red bumps or pimples on the forehead, nose and cheeks. Some people appear more flushed and blush more when exposed to changes in temperature, etc. Often there is a genetic component to this and more common in fair skinned individuals. See a dermatologist for the flushing and reddened face as well as to determine if rosacea is present. Sunscreen is important. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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