I have been having of red bowls with itching for a year now. visited several skin spl but not cured..normally said to be allergic..but now it started ending up cont itching of the scalp area and finally hair-loss. Once it finishes out a place it starts a new from a new place...
pl identify the desease ..cure
Itching also known as pruritis, is a symptom of a wide variety of mild to serious conditions. It can result from dry skin, infection, inflammation, allergy, insect bites, fungal infection, dermatitis, allergies, hives, scabies or liver diseases causing jaundice; while only a few of these respond to anti-pruritic creams.
Alopecia or hair loss 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, infections, folliculitis, endocrine disturbances, a few metabolic conditions, micronutrient deficiencies etc. I would suggest consulting a dermatologist for an evaluation for the above mentioned causes for an appropriate treatment.
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