I have had a "rash" on my jawline and neck for over 9 months. It is constantly hot and bright red. It becomes itchy if I let my facial hair grow at all. It started shortly after taking Synthriod. I also started with severe Rosacea around that time. I stopped taking Synthriod. Rosacea has become a bit better - Rash still bad. The rash has spread considerably in last 6 months. It is greatly affected by heat, cold wind, shaving, any rubbing or touching, etc. I have used Metrolotion, Protopic and every over the counter roacea, fungal medicine with no luck. I am trying Nizoral currently. My derm says it is Sebhorreic Dermatitis. None of the Seb derm pictures online look simliar to what I have. I am stumped. I am following a Candida diet and have done a full physical. No answers or results. What is it and What do I do to get rid of it? Thank you
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