Not sure why but my scalp suddenly just started burning. I am 23 and have hairloss as well. My hair seems to fall out easily. The burning sensation last for a few minutes at a time. It comes and goes at random. I am concerned what is causing this and is it related to my hair loss. I am only 23 and have receding hair line with some thinning on top. I went to a dermatologist and she put me on propecia for the hair loss. I also took a blood test and said my iron was low. But other then that I my blood was normal. Is it possible they ran certain tests on my blood and not others which maybe why I am misdiagnosed. I have a follow up in late july. I didnt have this burning sensation before i went to see my doc. And my burning scalp is not a symptom of propecia. Any ideas to what this could be? A disease? Theres indication of burning when looking at my sclap.
This maybe unrelated but i have what seems like build up on my scalp. If i scratch my head I can get these white plaque like grains of sand. I notice all when my hair falls out this plaque is attached to the hair and the the white bulb at the end. Any ideas.?
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