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10 Symptoms of Rosacea

Pus-Filled Spots

Rosacea mostly affects the face, especially involving the chin, middle area of the forehead, nose, and cheeks. In these parts, many spots filled with pus may occur symmetrically. This means they can affect both sides. The symptom can flare up, with complete or partial improvement between each flare-up. Depending on the subtype, you might have it for many days or weeks. When you are exposed to some specific triggers, such as stress, sun, or spicy food, the signs can become more serious. [3]