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What's the difference between blepharitis and ocular rosacea?

What's the difference between blepharitis and ocular rosacea?

Lids v. face: Blepharitis is a dandruff like inflammation of the eyelids causing redness, itching, crusting and sometimes loss of lashes. Rosacea is condition of unknown origin causing redness and crusting of the mid-face and sometimes involving the eyelids. Treatment overlaps between these two conditions and both are treatable. Rosacea can cause permanent skin changes if not dealt with. ...Read more

Dr. Arthur Heller
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Diet (Definition)

Refers to all the physical matter humans (like all living creatures) must take in on a recurring basis; only partially for energy. Like all life on planet humans are open systems which keep tearing down their structure & require intake of atoms/molecules from which to rebuild their structure. Intestinal lining cells replaced ~every 3 days. CaPO4 in bones ~every 6 years, ...Read more


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Could rosacea and ocular rosacea cause an elevated Total Complement (CH50)? I am healthy, very active, feel great.

Could rosacea and ocular rosacea cause an elevated Total Complement (CH50)? I am healthy, very active, feel great.

Ocular rosea: Roscea can be an autoimmune disorder and as such can have elevated immune markers. Alternatively could be lupus. Did they check other markers like dsDNA Sm antibody? F/u /w dermatology


https://www. Ncbi. Nlm. Nih. Gov/pmc/articles/PMC3834698/ ...Read more

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How can I tell if I have seborrheic dermatitis or ocular rosacea?

How can I tell if I have seborrheic dermatitis or ocular rosacea?

See your doctor: This is a problem that necessitates a face-to-face meeting with your doctor. This will allow him/her to examine you, ask specific questions. And possibly order tests to find out what's wrong and what to do to help you. ...Read more

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I have blepharitis and ocular rosacea. Today I noticed clear blister about the size of a pin head where lower lid meets eye. It burst but can see it.

I have blepharitis and ocular rosacea. Today I noticed clear blister about the size of a pin head where lower lid meets eye. It burst but can see it.

Meibomian gland: Dysfunction from blepharitis can cause meibomian gland cysts to occur. Good lid hygiene with diligent lid scrubs found over the counter is a good start. Your ophthalmologist can treat you with medication or procedures to alleviate the symptoms and sometimes eliminate the cause. ...Read more

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Optician diagnosed allergy: sodium cromoglicate for stinging prickly eyes. Worried as forgot to mention facial rosacea. Ocular rosacea or allergy?

Optician diagnosed allergy: sodium cromoglicate for stinging prickly eyes. Worried as forgot to mention facial rosacea. Ocular rosacea or allergy?

See opthalmologist: Optician specializes in refraction and not diseases. Allergy is associated with itchy as would be ocular rosacea. I suspect that your problem is more likley form dry eye. ...Read more

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Taking doxycycline--briefly cured ocular rosacea. Now have red, sore eyes from allergies. Treatment?  

Diagnosis first: If our eyes actually hurt, you need to see an ophthalmologist (eye doctor, md) asap. If red an ditch along with some discomfort (but no pain), use cold compresses, rinse y our eyes with artificial tears such as genteal, referesh or systane and take antihistamine drops (for instance ketotifen [zaditor, alaway). Don't take those that "takes the red out of y our eyes! " no better, see the eye doctor. ...Read more

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Is it safe for me to swim with occular rosacea?

Go with the advice: Of your ophthalmologist. They would know your situation best. ...Read more

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How do I treat ocular roseacea?

How do I treat ocular roseacea?

Symptom management.: Ocular rosacea is a difficult disease to manage, in large part because the exact cause is unknown. Treatment is guided by the severity of your symptoms: if mild, frequent application of artificial teardrops and warm compresses to the affected eye are helpful. In more severe cases, antibiotics and steroids can be used for a limited time, but can have side effects. Surgery is a last resort. ...Read more

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I have rosacea...What is a good diet to control rosacea from spreading?

I have rosacea...What is a good diet to control rosacea from spreading?

Bland food: Rosacea is tough to control. You have to avoid all triggers: extreme cold or extreme heat, any yeast-type drinks like wine or beer, extremely spicy foods. Basically avoid anything that will make your face flush. It's the flushing that leads to chronic blood vessel formation. I have rosacea myself so I know firsthand. ...Read more

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I have read that an alkaline diet can have positive effects on rosacea. Why is this?

That's baloney: I'm really sorry that there are websites like this. People simply make stuff up so they'll appear to be your learned, helpful friends and ultimately get you buy something worthless. If you're interested in "natural healing", get with an evidence-based holist. Rosacea can be managed by scientific medicine. It's not pleasant, but we have stuff that works. Take advantage of it. ...Read more

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I tried laser therapy, finacea & mirvaso to control my rosacea but I failed. So how can I control my rosacea with diet? I always put a sunscreen too.

Try minocycline: Read up on minocycline, in the tetracycline famy. Interesting that their beneficial effect on rosacea is not from the antibiotic activity but from a 2nd hand response due to the way the meds modify sebaceous gland production and decrease inflammation. ...Read more

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Can children get rosacea?

Can children get rosacea?

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 more

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Does dairy affect rosacea?

Not usually.: Unless you have a lactose intolerance or other allergy to milk or one of its components, this is not a common cofactor with rosacea. Eat cheese and drink milk with abandon! ...Read more

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Any home remedies for rosacea?

Any home remedies for rosacea?

Warm compresses: Unfortunately I'm not aware of home remedies other than continued hot compresses and to manage the dry eye with artificial tears. you can see your doctor for oral antibiotics or topical creams that may be helpful. ...Read more

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Will pitioriasis rosacea go away?

Yes: I think you mean pityriasis rosea. This is a common rash in young adults, occurs mostly spring & fall. Usually starts with one large patch, the herald patch, followed by multiple smaller areas. Typically clears in about 6-8 weeks. It is rare for anyone else in the house to get it, even though it's thought to be viral. Treatment can be given if it's itchy, but treatment doesn't speed clearance. ...Read more

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Rosacea - what can I do about it?

Cream, pills: Prescription creams such as metrocream, finances, and even clenia can help rosacea. Oral antibiotics including oracea, minocin, (minocycline) and doxycyline can suppress pustules. Trigger foods which are identified by diet history should be avoided. See add. Org pamphlet on rosacea for common trigger foods. ...Read more

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What's best to use to treat rosacea?

Rosacea: There are many treatment choices for rosacea depending on the severity and extent of symptoms. Available medical treatments include antibacterial washes, topical creams, antibiotic pills, lasers, pulsed-light therapies, photodynamic therapy, and isotretinoin. ...Read more

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Who is at risk for getting rosacea?

Several things: Although anyone can develop rosacea, you may be at more risk if you have fair skin, light hair, and eye color. Are between the ages of 30 and 60, especially if you're going through menopause.Experience frequent flushing or blushinghave a family history of rosacea. Most people who suffer from this have "triggers" that set off the symptoms. These can be alcohol, spicy food or anxiety to name a few. ...Read more

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Are there any home remedies for rosacea?

Dietary changes: Even the most conventional doctors now recognize that rosacea is often aggravated by a wide variety of foods, especially spicy foods, acidic foods, hot drinks and alcohol. For many people dairy also aggravates it. The only way to know for sure is to try avoiding common triggers for a few weeks and then add them back individually to see how they affect her. Please see comment for links to more info:. ...Read more

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What can rosacea sufferers do for relief?

Avoid your triggers: Avoiding your triggers is the best way to control your symptoms. These can be anything from alcohol, caffeine, otc creams, emotional stress or harsh cleansers. Flare ups can be soothed by using good quality creams that will decrease the inflammation. Home remedies include weak vinegar compresses and aloe. Use sunscreens. I recommend obagi rosaclear"s hydrating complexion corrector. Be well. ...Read more

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What are some good tips for calming rosacea?

What are some good tips for calming rosacea?

No single solution: There is no single solution and this may require a combination of skin care, medications (oral and topical), dietary restrictions and more. Seek the advice of a dermatologist for a comprehensive examination. ...Read more

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What can you do to ease the symptoms of rosacea?

What can you do to ease the symptoms of rosacea?

Avoid your triggers: Rosacea, unfortunately is a problem with no easy answers. You can help by avoiding sun, spicy foods, wine, chocolate or anything that causes the flushing of rosacea. To sooth your skin, cool green tea compresses works wonders. Aside from prescription meds, you can also try dilute vinegar compresses to decrease the surface bacteria that cause the acne of rosacea. Use a great sunscreen as well. ...Read more

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My rosacea keeps getting worse, what should I do?

My rosacea keeps getting worse, what should I do?

Treat rosacea: You can control it and improve it but rosacea is not cured. Best options metrogel, Oracea and intense pulsed light. See http://www. Maasclinic. Com for an explanation if ipl. ...Read more

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What's is an effective means to treat/conceal rosacea?

What's is an effective means to treat/conceal rosacea?

Rosacea RX: 1) avoiding triggering agents
2) metronidazole
3) oracea
4)? =/- retinoids
5)? Off label use of botulinum toxin. ...Read more

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What are some recommendations for people with rosacea?

What are some recommendations for people with rosacea?

Pulsed Dye Laser: Pulsed dye laser is an excellent choice for the treatment of facial rosacea. The treatment is very effective and is not painful. It has very little downtime and is done in the office. This should be combined with sun protection. In my opinion, the syneron/candela v-beam perfecta laser is the best pdl. ...Read more

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I have rosacea. Please help me I don't know what to do?

Multimodal therapy: Rosacea is best treated by managing overall skin health first with the basics sunscreen antioxidants and retinoids acid then treating with appropriately filtered broadband light. ...Read more

Dr. Joshua Fox
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Rosacea (Definition)

A condition of the thinning of skin where you can see blood vessels ...Read more