Facial Blushing Clinical Results & Rare Anatomical Occurance
37 year old male with a 24 year history of severe Blushing. He had tried facial creams and Phtotoderm treatments. The creams didn't help and photoderm actually made his Blushing worse. He is now 2 months out from surgery.
Patient had an azygous lobe of the lung which only occurs on the right side and is a rare anatomical occurance.
Patient thoughts follow:
the past 24 years, I have suffered from hyperpyrexia, or extreme
blushing. This debilitating condition has severely hampered my professional
and private life and brought it to an absolute standstill. Virtually
social situation (at work, a family gathering, etc.) will trigger
the hyperpyrexia, which causes my face to become very red and makes
people around me, feel extremely uncomfortable. Furthemore, the burning
sensation on my face, chest, and back associated with hyperpyrexia