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scalp pain hair loss

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • September 4, 2007
  • 06:59 PM

Almost 2 years now i have had terrible burn, sting and itch on my scalp and have lost about 40% of my hair, no derms, docs of any kind have an answer other then its neurologic. Given referral to an accupuncturist but scalp is pink, hair continues to thin, tired and fatigued, it came on sudden and has not abated. Anyone else with this odd affliction?

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  • Maybe scarring alopecia. Do the edges of the bald areas look ragged? But I don't know why a doctor wouldn't have diagnosed this.
    rad-skw 1605 Replies
    • September 5, 2007
    • 09:35 AM
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  • its diffuse hair loss all over the scalp with the crown and nape hit the hardest, two docs said no scarring alopecia and would nto biopsy said it would not show anything - I dont have spots or patches of hair loss just like someone plucked out hairs from each square inch ofmy head, like half of them.
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • September 5, 2007
    • 02:50 PM
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  • no bald spots just diffuse
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • September 5, 2007
    • 02:51 PM
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  • Almost 2 years now i have had terrible burn, sting and itch on my scalp and have lost about 40% of my hair, no derms, docs of any kind have an answer other then its neurologic. Given referral to an accupuncturist but scalp is pink, hair continues to thin, tired and fatigued, it came on sudden and has not abated. Anyone else with this odd affliction? Yeah the same here it is so fustrating I live with this daily and I am tired . My head hurts I am sick of waiting for unanswer questions . Some one please help .
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • November 25, 2010
    • 01:52 AM
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  • There are several situations and conditions that involve both scalp and hair. Sometimes, medical issues (hypothyroidism, going off of birth control pills, pregnancy, female or male pattern alopecia, or taking certain medications) can cause hair loss. In these cases, scalp itching, tingling, tenderness, or even pain can sometimes accompany a bunch of hair follicles dying off at one time. Sometimes your scalp will also itch when the hair is growing back. This is normal and once whatever the issue causing the hair loss is resolved, this should stop. In the meantime, you can use natural, non harmful anti-inflammatories like tea tree or jojoba oil to soothe inflammation and help with the symptoms.Sometimes, though, there is a dermatological problem with the scalp that is also causing the hair loss. In these cases, the two are often strongly correlated and related to one another. So, in order to treat the hair loss, you'll need to also treat your scalp and restore it to a healthy condition and vice versa.newmarket criminal lawyer
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  • Almost 2 years now i have had terrible burn, sting and itch on my scalp and have lost about 40% of my hair, no derms, docs of any kind have an answer other then its neurologic. Given referral to an accupuncturist but scalp is pink, hair continues to thin, tired and fatigued, it came on sudden and has not abated. Anyone else with this odd affliction?YES!! I have had the same thing and nobody knows what it is. It started about 1 year ago. I have always had thick hair, but it is now noticeable where my hair is fallling out. My scalp feels like it is sunburned on the very top of my scalp, running from front to back. I don't know what to do, but everything I have tried, has not worked. The dermatolist said to use the supplement Biotin, been doing that for a year, and nothing helps....Any ideas?
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  • its diffuse hair loss all over the scalp with the crown and nape hit the hardest, two docs said no scarring alopecia and would nto biopsy said it would not show anything - I dont have spots or patches of hair loss just like someone plucked out hairs from each square inch ofmy head, like half of them.Same thing here. It is getting worse in the front on top of my head, where my part is, the crown of my head is where the worse soreness is and alot of hair loss. Very thinning, but no patches of hair loss
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  • Same thing here. It is getting worse in the front on top of my head, where my part is, the crown of my head is where the worse soreness is and alot of hair loss. Very thinning, but no patches of hair lossRed itchy burning skin with dandruff and hair loss Sounds like Seborrheic dermatitis
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  • Just seeing if you're still experiencing this? I've had it for 6 months now (pain, burning, itching, etc.) with shedding all over. No one can give me answers either.
    Anonymous 1 Replies
    • November 5, 2015
    • 09:43 PM
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  • I suffered terrible burning scalp. Was taking vitamins as I also suffer hairloss. Was told to stop taking vitamins, I did and the burning sensation disappeared.
    Anonymous 0 Replies
    • September 8, 2016
    • 07:19 PM
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  • I had the same problem, my scalp was really hurting, my hair was falling out constantly. Usually lost hair on the painful areas. Then i started using magnesium oil (I was reading on forums about scalp calcification and how it hinders nutrients to come to the hair foliculle causing the hair to fall out all that because magnesium deficiency). Everyday I put a little bit of magnesium oil all over my scalp and massage it. It drastically decreased my hair loss (means it apsoutelly normal now), my hair feels much stronger, new hair started to grow. Try it and let me know if it worked for you, because many of us are deficient in magnesium, that we don't even know it.
    Anonymous 1 Replies
    • January 8, 2017
    • 02:22 PM
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