A&P Rosacea

A&P Rosacea

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  • Yes, I'm here for my appointment with Dr. Smith.
  • Hello ma'am! Can I help you with anything?
  • Thank you.
  • Dr. Smith will be with you in just a moment.
  • From what I can see here, that you are concerned with your facial redness. Are there any other symptoms you've been experiencing?
  • Actually yes, in addition to the redness, my skin is oily and it looks as if there are broken blood vessels on my face. Also, my eyes feel very puffy.
  • From the symptoms you've discussed I conclude that you are suffering from Rosacea, a fairly common skin condition among women ages 30-60.
  • Oh no! Is there anything you can do to cure it?
  • I can't cure it, but I can significantly reduce the symptoms. I'm going to prescribe you Mirvaso topical gel, 0.33%. It is a one strength topical gel. You need to gently apply a pea sized amount to your forehead, chin, nose, and each cheek every night. This medication works by narrowing your blood vessels to reduce redness.
  • Okay.
  • You should aware that this product is not intended for children under 18, also, side-effects include flushing and redness of the skin, as well as burning or itching. If these symptoms are persistent, let me know!
  • Okay, thank you!
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