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    Default do you know rosacea?

    More than 14 million people in North America have rosacea, a chronic skin condition. Women, fair-skinned people between the ages of 30 and 60 are more likely to be affected.

    Symptoms and signs of rosacea include:

    Areas of redness on your face

    Small red bumps or pustules on your nose, cheeks, forehead, and/or chin

    Small blood vessels on your nose and/or cheeks (called telangiectasia)

    Tendency to flush or blush

    Rosacea may also result in a red, bulbous nose, called rhinophyma, or a burning or gritty sensation in your eyes, called ocular rosacea.

    you can learn more via the article in rosacea.dormitory and you can get a clear picture of this sickness .

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    great information.

    Doctors can prescribe medicines and other treatments for rosacea. There is no cure, but with treatment, most people can control their symptoms and keep the disease from getting worse.


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