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Noritate Cream Rosacea
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Have rosacea, tried metronidazole, ceraVe, & vani cream. All make skin red, itch, hot, burn, hurt. I see a dermatologist but it's not helpin. : (?
Red bumps, with head I was told I have rosacea but it's sooo itchy idk what to do, and I don't want to scratch my face. The metronidazole cream made it more itchy. What can I try for this itching that is safe while breastfeeding?
Skin disorder: Would suggest you see a dermatologist who can put this in the proper perspective and who can answer your questions appropriately. ...Read more
If your main issue: Is flushing, you'll get a much quicker response from miravaso cream. ...Read more
Mild rosacea and dermatitis with frequent flares on chin. Vivite cleanser, Rx metronidazole lotion 2x/day, ampicillin500 2x/d. Still flaring. Ideas?
Dermatologist: You should have this seen by a dermatologist!! ...Read more
Using metronidazole (netrogel) on face for rosacea. However, I also have this breakout around my eyes. Is it ok to use around my eye?
See your doctor: Metronidazole gel is meant for use on the skin. Because it is not an ophthalmic preparation, it is generally not recommended to apply on or near the eyelid. If your breakout is near your eyelids, have your doctor evaluate it to determine if you have ocular rosacea or seborrhiec dermatitis of the eyes. Treatment depends on the diagnosis. ...Read more
Metronidazole gel usp, 0.75% for rosacea. Dark red, itchy, hurts, hot, bumps, puffy face, Nausea also. Allergic to med? Occurred after 4 days of use
My dr prescribed me Metro CREAM today for VB, im just a little confused as it seems the GELs are more so for VB and the cream is for rosacea? Help
Will metro cream help the look of redness from mild rosacea and broken capillaries in cheeks and chin or will it make it worse or do nothing at all?
Same active: Same active ingredient. It is dependent on your individual response and preference. ...Read more
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So I have rosacea been to dermatologist no help at all been on oracea for 3 mts & nothing I've heard aboud ZENDMED & REVITOL CREAM are this good??
Both of these are wa: Both of these sound too good to be true. So don't waste your time or money. Go back to the derm, or try another one. Minocycline 50mg a day may help. Laser is very effective. Isotretinoin will cure recalcitrent cases. Dab a drop of Afrin (oxymetazoline) (generic is same) on your face. There is also a new topical prescription which will reduce the redness. ...Read more
Can triamcinolone cream be used in place of desonide cream for rosacea? Can not get into the dr. For a week and my desonide cream is all. A friend also has rosacea and uses triamcinolone cream.
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 more
Prescription: The topical medications that we prescribe for rosacea most commonly are of the Metronidazole type -- either gel, cream or lotion with strengths varying from 0.75% to 1%. Another commonly used product is Finacea Gel 15%. Please see your dermatologist for the best option for you. ...Read more
I am using tretionin cream a few days a go to treat my rosacea pustules, my skin is flaky a lot before and after I wash my face. Is it normal?
Can hydraphase cause a very strong heat when applied to the face? Could I have some kind of allergy to that cream? (i've been prescripted with rosacea)
What is the best treatments for a mixture of rosacea and seborrheic derm? At the moment I am using lenavate cream
Wrong treatment: Do NOT use beta methasone on your face. It can cause glaucoma and cataracts. Use on the face may cause perioral dermatitis........that is the medical term........which looks very much like pustular rosacea. If a DR gave this to you, find a better DR, preferably a dermatologist. You may need doxycycline. You may benefit from an azole cream such as ketoconazole. You may benefit from a calcineurin in ...Read more
I have rosacea and my cream isn't working anymore. I tried olive oil (works for my mum) but it doesn't help either. What else can I try?
Wide range of meds: In addition to dietary management, there are a wide range of new medical treatments beyond metragel which include agents such as oracea, finacea, oral or topical retinoids and even pdt. There have been some recent anecdotal reports of the off label use of intradermal Botox to benefit rosacea. ...Read more
I am from nepal and m suffering from acne rosacea for years. I've tried mostly all oral medicine and creams but nothing had been better. Help me plz?
If I have rosacea or perioral dermatitis, haven't been diagnosed, my doctor has given me fucibet cream to use for 7-10 days, but then it comes back...
Rosacea and steroids: Steroids like those in fucibet can make rosacea significantly worse. When you apply a steroid cream to the skin, it constricts blood vessels for several hours making rosacea appear better temporarily. Over time these blood vessels dilate even more with topical steroids. Also steroids increase numbers of demodex mites in hair follicles also worsening rosacea. ...Read more
Can I use tretinoin cream to treat the steroid induced rosacea (type 2)? Is this safe to use it in long term?
My wife has red nose accompanied with pimples. It is periodical and only slightly releaved with rosacea cream. What else might it be?
I have mild rosacea, put some acne cream on my nose and cheeks, now it is burning and very red, guess my skin is sensitive, what can I use to soothe?
Cleanse: Start by cleansing your face with a mild soap and water. Then apply a basic lubricant such as lubriderm. Consult with your dermatologist or plastic surgeon before trying other treatments. ...Read more
Itchy CHIN rash-9mos-made worse by heat, no bumps/ red/itchy. Derm dx Rosacea. Tried 2 topical creams, no results. Healthy, but IBS. Tx ideas? Thx.
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What day and night cream can I use for my face. I have "rosascia" and I have been told that creams with vitamin a could worson it.?
Cream: I known in california you need a rx, but other states I can't answer. ...Read more