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Since i obtained treatment for hiv, my face has been very dry, scaly and rough with frequent redness/spots, any possible diet orregimen to avoid this?

Since i obtained treatment for hiv, my face has been very dry, scaly and rough with frequent redness/spots, any possible diet orregimen to avoid this?

HIV & rash on face: One of the rashes that is common is the setting of HIV is seborrheic dermatitis, which is a red rash with yellowish scales primarily on hairline, brows, around the nose and in the moustache/beard area. In patients with hiv, seborrheic dermatitis can be more extensive and more challenging to treat. However there are excellent treatments. Please see your dermatologist. ...Read more

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What can I do to avoid flushed red face caused by blood pressure medicine?

What can I do to avoid flushed red face caused by blood pressure medicine?

Flushing and BP meds: You should speak to your doctor about your problem and see if your medicine can be changed. There are a multitude of BP meds on the market and i quite certain that one can substituted for the medicine that is giving you problems. Give your physician call and get your problem resolved. Good luck. ...Read more

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When I am nervous my body would heat up and my face will be very red and hot. My heart beat were also fast. Is it normal? How to avoid this?

When I am nervous my body would heat up and my face will be very red and hot. My heart beat were also fast. Is it normal? How to avoid this?

Anxiety??: U need to have a physical examination & lab workup through a family physician first, to rule out medical/physiological causes for your symptoms. ...Read more

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What OTC use to help with redness in face?

Many things: I agree. Redness can be from exposure, medication side effects, allergic reactions, eczema, rosacea, contact, trauma from aggressive cleaning to more serious conditions like autoimmune diseases. Have your primary care physician do a history and physical exam. ...Read more

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