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Co-existing conditions

Yes, you can have co-existing conditions with rosacea. For example, you can also have Acne, Seborrhoeic dermatitis, Keratosis Pilaris, Perioral Dermatitis, etc., and the list keeps growing. 


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  3. Periorol Dermatitis

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  6. Hyperkeratosis

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  7. Melasma

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  8. Thyroid to blame?

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