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Does ocular rosacea fun in families?

While the exact cause of ocular rosacea is not known, genetics are thought to play a role. That means if someone in your family has ocular rosacea, you may be at risk. A family history of any type of rosacea - not just ocular rosacea - may also increase your risk for the condition.

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Can children develop ocular rosacea?
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Ocular rosacea most commonly occurs in adults between the ages of 30 and 60. However, sometimes peop...
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How do I manage my ocular rosacea on a daily basis?
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To manage ocular rosacea, be sure to avoid anything that could trigger an outbreak. Pay attention to...
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Can ocular rosacea be prevented?
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Since the cause of ocular rosacea is unknown, there is no absolute way to prevent an outbreak. Howev...
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How does ocular rosacea affect the body?
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Ocular rosacea affects the body by irritating the eyes. You may feel distracted by dry, itchy eyes. ...
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