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There is not a specific test that your doctor can perform to tell you if you definetly have rosacea. Rosacea is diagnosed through symptom evaluation with a primary care doctor or dermatologist.
The doctor will want to know when the symptoms began and their frequency, and if any home remedies have been tried. The doctor will also want to know if any triggers have been observed to cause the symptoms to worsen. It is not uncommon for a doctor to want to rule out other skin conditions like acne, psoriasis, and eczema, before diagnosing rosacea.
Symptoms of rosacea include:
Most cases of rosacea are recurring. Some cases of the condition may only be temporary, your doctor will be able to explain the nature of the individual condition during an office visit. Symptoms may be treated by avoidance of triggers or a prescription treatment may be used. It is important to let the doctor know about any underlying health conditions that may be aggravated by rosacea treatment. The doctor may also be able to provide information about a beneficial skincare routine to reduce flare ups.
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