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What are the symptoms of cyclic rosacea?

Redness and bumpiness on the facial skin are the two most common and obvious symptoms, which usually accompanies a warm feeling in the face. People with rosacea sometimes also experience thickened skin, and reddening or swelling of the nose. The blood vessels under the skin often become visible. Sometimes your rosacea will affect the eyes. If this happens, your eyes may feel swollen, or irritated with a burning or sandy sensation.

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How is cyclic rosacea diagnosed?
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How will cyclic rosacea affect my quality of life?
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Do the same triggers cause flare-ups for everyone with cyclic rosacea?
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