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Could you attach a picture of the area?
I had asked for a picture and have not heard back.
Without seeing a picture, the best that I can say is what you already know - it would be reasonable for the next step to be consultation with a Dermatologist.
To be able to find a Dermatologist near you, there are a number of search engines available on the internet that can help, such as at http://www.privatehealth.co.uk/doctors-and-health-professionals/ and at http://www.specialistinfo.com/.
Thank you for the picture.
Although the quality of the image limits how much I can zoom in on the image, this does have the appearance of acne rosacea.
The appearance also shows a significant amount of inflammation. If antibiotics are not sufficient, then using a medicine that suppresses the immune reaction would be an option, such as tacrolimus. Retin-A gel also may be helpful. The Dermatologist also can use laser treatment for some of the more severe areas.
Or seek an appointment with a Dermatologist privately.
There are some people that have dietary triggers that exacerbate acne rosacea, such as spicy foods, caffeine, or alcohol, and keeping a diet diary to try to identify those triggers and meeting with a dietician to discuss those triggers may be helpful. But there is no diet that will help everyone with acne rosacea.
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