Firstly, hello. I've been reading this forum for a while, and it's already proved an invaluable resource for learning about rosacea.
I visited my local doctor in the UK about my skin. I have a very red nose, and pink cheeks - I flush regularly, in response to many of the usual triggers, but primarily just any sort of warmth (and I'm talking just a normal sort of temperature which most people in my office, for instance, find absolutely fine).
The doctor said that, because I don't have any obvious p&ps, they don't think it's rosacea (not sure he's up on his sub-types, but there you go). They gave me propanolol for the flushing, but that's really only helpful with the social flushing, and no use for the warmth/heat.
I've posted some pictures - firstly of my red nose, and two of my cheeks/jaw. This is when I'm not flushing. The last photo is of a flush (mainly affects my cheeks) - they're very difficult to capture on camera, so apologies for the poor quality.
I'd be very interested to see if you guys and girls think this is rosacea, or something else. I know it's difficult from photos, but I thought I'd give it a try! I've decreased the brightness on some of them to make it slightly clearer - so that exaggerates the redness slightly.
Any help much appreciated.