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Scalp Tenderness

Hello, I have been suffering from what I think is called a Tender Scalp? Basically my Scalp is always in pain but mainly in the 3 key sections of the head. The 2 front corners of the forehead, The 2 corners of the crown and then the back of the neck. I have had this issue for about a year now but it just seems to be getting worse and worse. there are points where I just feel like crying. I do seem to think my hair does feel alot thinner than ususal, I have Naturally Curly hair. I have noticed that the back of my neck does have a visual difference in thinning hair. I dont have much dandruff mainly just a normal amount that anyone could have. I dont itch too often but do occasionally. It is very hard to wear my hair up at any point. The best way to say it is it feels like my hair has been up all day and I finally took it down but the thing is my hair was never up! Ive tried Organic Shampoos and Conditioners, Shampoo Bars, Baking soda and Apple Cider Vin Rinses. Getting my hair washed or styled is PURE TORTURE it is way to painful for me.  Im not sure what is next. I have a Derm Appt. booked but they cant see me for a month. Any Suggestions or Possible Causes?!
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