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What are the symptoms of ocular rosacea?

Symptoms of ocular rosacea often accompany symptoms of skin rosacea. If you have skin rosacea, the skin on your face will appear bumpy, red, and inflamed. If you have ocular rosacea, your eyes will feel dry and itchy, and may appear red or swollen. You may also have trouble seeing, in which case you need to discuss treatment with your doctor.

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How is ocular rosacea diagnosed?
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Your doctor will diagnose ocular rosacea simply by examining your eyes and face. Your diagnosis may ...
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How is ocular rosacea treated?
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Rosacea cannot be cured, but it can usually be treated and controlled. For skin symptoms, doctors us...
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How can ocular rosacea affect vision?
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Some people with ocular rosacea report blurred vision as well as light sensitivity. Eyes may also ...
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What is ocular rosacea?
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Ocular rosacea is a condition that causes watery, bloodshot eyes that may sting or itch and feel d...
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