Rosacea dating

I noticed that he was really fond of me and proud as well.He commented me a lot on my looks, but more so we shared a real passion for travels, study and for endless discussions. When I started to get unexplained burning and flushing, and all the troubles that I described in the first posts began, he tried to be helpful and flexible.

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I don't think any normal, relaxed, problem solving partner will initially see rosacea like an impediment for a normal, exciting even relationship. Because why would rosy (read: red, burning) cheeks be anything more than an inconvenience?

And what guy doesn't like the challenge to look after a girl he likes, when she feels a little bit off or sick?

NRS reader Dwain sarcastically said she loves when people ask “are you OK? One reader named Michelle shared a personal tip: “No red wine!

”, which will probably only intensify embarrassment or emotion over a rosacea flare-up. It ALWAYS makes me flush.” Rachel, another reader, added, “For me it's any alcohol.” Even though Valentine’s Day constitutes a special occasion, avoiding your personal triggers is always a good idea. Alice suggested, “Although it’s winter in the northern hemisphere, wear a sunhat and sunblock outdoors. If you’re going to be spending time outdoors, avoid the sun as well as severe cold and harsh winds, as all three are common rosacea triggers. Do what you can to avoid a flare-up, but if the red menace strikes, don’t let it ruin the romance.

As you make plans for this Valentine’s Day, consider these precautions to prevent a potential flare-up.

We asked readers on the NRS Facebook page to share some of their best tips for dating with rosacea, and here’s what they said: Keep your cool.

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Stressing about your skin and appearance may make a flare-up more likely to occur or worsen if it’s already there. Covering up with a scarf to protect your face is a great idea. NRS reader Sharon doesn’t sweat a rosacea flare-up.

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