Sympathectomy for facial blushing
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Ann Thorac Surg. May;81(5) Thoracoscopic sympathectomy for isolated facial blushing. Licht PB(1), Ladegaard L, Pilegaard HK.
Endoscopic thoracic sympathectomy for primary facial blushing
INTRODUCTION: Bilateral endoscopic thoracic sympathectomy (BETS) has been shown to be an effective, permanent, and safe treatment for severe upper limb.
Description:Here, Victoria Packer, 29, a nurse who is single and lives with a friend near Hillingdon, West London, tells why she resorted to such drastic measures to end the condition she felt was ruining her life, and her surgeon explains the procedure. I am usually a confident person and couldn't tell you what triggered it. I'd started my training as a mature student - most of the others were 16 or 17, so possibly self-consciousness as a result of that played a part. But suddenly if I was asked a question in a lecture, I became aware of blushing and it gradually got worse. When I blushed, my face would sting and I felt very hot, and I would also get a red, blotchy rash down my neck. I started avoiding situations which might make me blush, but by when I started as a newly qualified staff nurse at Wycombe General Hospital, it was worse than ever.