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What age group is affected by ocular rosacea?

Most cases of ocular rosacea occur in mid-adulthood. You may have an onset of ocular rosacea in your thirties, and the outbreaks may disappear once you are in your sixties. Few people under age 30 or over age 60 suffer from ocular rosacea.

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