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What should I do if medicine triggers my rosacea?

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If you think a medicine may be a trigger, talk to your doctor. See if you could take a different drug.

From: 18 Common Rosacea Triggers WebMD Medical Reference

SOURCES: 

Blount, B. , Aug. 1, 2002.  American Family Physician

Gupta, A. , 2005.  Journal of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology

National Rosacea Society: "Coping with Rosacea." 

Powell, F. , Feb. 25, 2005. New England Journal of Medicine

FDA.

Reviewed by Stephanie S. Gardner on February 03, 2019

SOURCES: 

Blount, B. , Aug. 1, 2002.  American Family Physician

Gupta, A. , 2005.  Journal of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology

National Rosacea Society: "Coping with Rosacea." 

Powell, F. , Feb. 25, 2005. New England Journal of Medicine

FDA.

Reviewed by Stephanie S. Gardner on February 03, 2019

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