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Can rosacea spread to other parts of my body?

Diana Meeks
Diana Meeks on behalf of Sigma Nursing
Family Practitioner

Rosacea is strongly associated with blushing. Like blushing, rosacea typically affects the face alone. In rare cases, however, people have experienced rosacea symptoms on other parts of their body. Cases of redness and bumps appearing on the scalp and ears, and as far down as the neck and upper chest and back, have been reported. There aren't any known reports of symptoms occurring below the upper torso.

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