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Rosacea is a common skin condition, with current figures suggesting as many as 1 in 10 people are affected by rosacea. At present it remains a poorly understood condition. talkrosacea offers support and guidance to help you manage your rosacea and its symptoms.
ASK THE EXPERT - Rosacea
In April 2017 (British Skin Foundation) supported our Ask The Expert clinic on rosacea. Our member were able to put forward their questions about the condition, treatment options and tips on self management to a panel of experts. You can read the questions and answers here...
The Psychological Impact of Rosaceatalkhealth YouTube
Living with a long term (chronic) condition such as rosacea can be distressing and can in many cases cause social and emotional (psychological) problems. If you feel that your rosacea is affecting you in this way it is important to discuss this with your doctor. Find out more about The Psychological Impact of rosacea in our YouTube video.
What happens in rosacea?Sponsored by Galderma
Most people first notice rosacea as redness on their face around the nose and upper cheeks, much like a blush that won't go away. You might also notice spots and bumps that look a bit like acne appearing on the face. In some cases, thread-like red veins can become visible on skin.
NEW: Patient Support ProgrammesDue to launch later this year
Are you interested in receiving information and advice directly to you from health experts and patients living with your condition? Looking for that little bit of extra support to improve your quality of life and learn how to better manage your symptoms? Our upcoming Patient Support Programmes give you the confidence to self-manage your condition. Register your interest today.
Medical Treatments for Rosaceatalkhealth YouTube
Though there is no proven cause of rosacea or cure available for the condition, many can manage their symptoms through limiting triggers. Your doctor may recommend oral treatments, such as taking antibiotics, or topical treatments. Watch our video to find out more about the treatments for rosacea.
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