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EWT1638
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Hi all,
I am not on meds yet, (1st LLMD on 3/28) but every once and awhile in the last few months my cheeks will get really hot and bright red (little puffy) and my neck will get red patchy splotches. It is not related to eating, and goes away in about an hour. Any ideas? I have noticed that it usually comes after a have been relatively symptom free for awhile, and then I get slammed in about 24hrs. Anyone?

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Nebula2005
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My chin does this--gets red, hot and a little puffy. My nose flushes bright red and splotchy, too, but unlike rosacea, my cheeks aren't affected. I don't know what causes it. It happens as a symptom, and when I'm taking ABX.
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Hi

Take pictures of rash ect--
can be very important
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ESG
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they call it flushing - my daughter gets it in her cheeks: very red & feel hot. Comes and goes. LLMD used this as one definite symptom in their diagnosis of Lyme.

ESG

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Lioness
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I have the same issue. Can't seem to pin point why it happens.

I thought it was food or medications, but now I think it is just the Lyme that brings it on when if feels like.

The red, burning part. They started treating it as early rosasea, but I know it is not. Doesn't even look like it.

My ears will burn too and turn bright red.

It was bad for the me past week and I have been herxing. Maybe that is it.

Will it ever go away? (for good)

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