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Skin irritation Acne??? Dermatits????
Hi, I'm 25 and for the past 2 years i've been dealing with skin irritation/inflammation.  It seems that i have bumps only where I have hai on my body, for instance, I noticed I have bumps a long my groin, blistering sometimes painful bumps, these same bums are in my scalp, but sometimes they get crusty and oozy, I also noticed I'm losing hair where the irritation is.  I also have bumps on my face, but once again its only where I have hair, the bumps are painful and itchy.  i even have some in my eyebrows.  I think its pretty weird.  my dermatologist says its acne keloidalis idk how true that is, but I had several scalp cultures done, and the came to a conclusion that its not a bacteria.  I was prescribed cephalexin and that helped a little bit, but prednisone helped the most, I was on that med a couple years ago when I was dealing with chronic pain.  If someone has any clue to what this could be please let me know.
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Hi there!

Aside the male pattern baldness, alopecia could occur secondary to a few causes such as cellulites, fungal infections, hormonal imbalance, hypervitaminosis A, some autoimmune diseases such as lupus, medications side effect, infection, folliculitis etc. This occurring along with inflammation/ bumps is likely to be due to infections/ inflammation. Acne keloidalis is a possibility as well, though it is the allergic/ inflammatory causes that best respond to steroids. Well, without a detailed clinical evaluation it would be difficult to come to a conclusive diagnosis or suggest a management plan. It would be best to have this re-evaluated by a dermatologist or consider getting a second opinion for an accurate diagnosis and appropriate management.
Hope this is helpful.

Take care!
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