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Prescription Treatments

"There is no simple treatment approach suitable for all, and results are often disappointing as rosacea can be difficult to treat. Medicines are often attempted in a trial-and-error fashion until an optimal regimen is reached." Rosacea,  BMJ Publishing Group 2018

You may review the plethora of rosacea prescription treatments below. 

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  2. Anti-Flushing Drugs

    Antihistamines, Clonidine, Epinephrine, Lanreotide, Megestrol acetate, Monoxidine, Propranolol (Inderal), Sandostatin LAR,
    Nadadol, Rilmenidine, Veralipride

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  3. Azelaic Acid

    Finacea, Azelex

    5
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  4. Brimonidine

    Mirvaso

    36
    posts
  5. Haloamines

    Taurine Bromamine, TauBr, Clindacin

    1
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  6. Immunosuppressants [Topical Calcineurin Inhibitors (TCIs)]

    Pimecrolimus (Elidel), Tacrolimus (Protopic)

    1
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  7. Ivermectin

    Soolantra

    90
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  8. Metronidazole

    Metrogel, Metrocream, Metrolotion, Noritate

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  10. Retinoids

    Accutane (Isotretinoin), Topical retinoids (adapalene, tazarotene, or tretinoin)

    13
    posts
  11. Sodium Sulfacetamide-sulfur

    Avar, Plexion, Plexion SCT, Plexion TS, Rosanil, Rosac, Rosula, Rosula NS

    2
    posts
  12. 20
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