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    We have completed two surveys with our members and general public.  These surveys were developed with the input of our RRDi Medical Advisory Consultants, and consists of questions of most concern to these doctors when diagnosing rosacea and based upon last year's survey. The more members respond to the survey, the more accurate and complete will be our picture of the rosacea experience of our extensive community, so your input is highly valued by the RRDi.

    To review our survey results click here

    We appreciate your continued support of the RRDi in helping to find a cure for rosacea.

    Thanks very much for your participation.

    Brady Barrows
    RRDi Director

    Joanne Whitehead, Ph.D.
    RRDi Assistant Director
    RRDi Journal Editor in Chief

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    • As a medical assistant for a dermatologist I worry about the added fragrance in the baby shampoo causing further irritation. 
    • I work as a medical assistant for a dermatologist. I definitely think it is a possibility for rosacea to through periods of remissions and flare-ups. This can be due to environmental factors as well as psychological factors. 
    • Related Articles Symptomatic vulvar demodicosis: A case report and review of the literature. J Cutan Pathol. 2020 Nov;47(11):1063-1066 Authors: Hedberg ML, Chibnall RJ, Compton LA Abstract Demodex folliculorum is a mite that commonly inhabits the pilosebaceous units of facial skin, particularly in a perioral and periorbital distribution. While typically an incidental and asymptomatic parasite, Demodex spp. are proposed to contribute to the pathogenesis of facial folliculitis, chronic blepharitis and papulopustular rosacea. Reports of demodicosis in anatomic locations other than the face are exceedingly rare. Here we report a 36-year-old woman with symptomatic Demodex spp. infestation of Fordyce spots of the labia minora. She was referred to dermatology after a 9-month history of tender red bumps on the vulva that would arise and drain over a 24 to 72 hours period, several times per week. Physical examination revealed erythema of the labia minora and introitus with a 4 mm, pink, dome-shaped soft papule on the left labium minus. Wet mount, microbiologic cultures and sexually transmitted infection (STI) screenings were unremarkable. Histopathologic examination revealed a well-circumscribed nodule of suppurative granulomatous inflammation arising in a background of mucosa with Fordyce spots, the majority of which were infiltrated by Demodex spp. Treatment with oral ivermectin and topical metronidazole cream resulted in a symptom-free period of 22 months. This case represents an unusual presentation of symptomatic Demodex infestation. PMID: 33448447 [PubMed - in process] {url} = URL to article More information on oral ivermectin
    • This question has come up at RF whether Finasteride or Minoxidil causes flushing or may be a rosacea trigger and you may be interested in knowing that apparently there isn't any consensus on this and these two drugs haven't been listed on any rosacea trigger list as far as we know. If you have anything to add to this or your experience using either of these treatments with your rosacea, please find the reply to topic button.  For more information 
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