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    Old 12-28-2015, 04:33 PM   #1
    babowen
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    Uneven Facial Blushing?

    Hi All,

    As many of you can probably relate to, I have always experienced facial blushing triggered by anxiety, stress, exercise, alcohol etc.

    Lately I've been concerned because it appears that my right cheek is substantially more red than my left.

    It makes me wonder if I'm experiencing some kind of nerve disorder because of prolonged and heightened states of anxiety? Roseasea maybe?

    I do drink and have for a large part of my life.
    I've also been walking on a treadmill more regularly for the last week.

    It does however seem to be more regularly triggered by anxiety or stress during mid day.

    My worst fear in all this is carcinoid syndrome or some other type of tumor induced disorder.

    Anyone have a similar experience or any ideas?

    I'm worried. As usual.

    Please help.

     
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