Question: Is it worth seeing a dermatologist for rosacea?

If you suspect you may have rosacea, dont ignore your symptoms and hope they go away. Individuals with any of the following warning signs of rosacea are urged to see a dermatologist for diagnosis and appropriate medical care before their condition grows increasingly severe.

What would a dermatologist prescribe for rosacea?

Medicine you take Antibiotics: For more than 50 years, dermatologists have prescribed tetracycline, an antibiotic, to their patients with rosacea. It can quickly reduce the acne-like breakouts and redness.

Should I be worried about rosacea?

You should see your doctor if: You have just developed symptoms, such as facial redness. Rosacea can look like some other diseases, so its important to get a diagnosis. You have developed bumps, pimples, or visible blood vessels -- small red, purple, or blue lines -- on your face.

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