Bumps on scalp remedy

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There is a sandy-grainy like build up on my scalp This is also accompanied by an itch. Even after I wash my hair, the grainy like build up is still there. It is NOT flaky what so ever. My hair has also started to fall out and at the end of my hair, a white little grain is at the end. Hair will not stop falling out. I have gotten blood tests at a dermatology office and everything was normal. I also have tried about very type of zinc pyrithione shampoo, at the highest concentrations.
Either way, in my research I have read countless forums on scalp issues. Many people have mentioned Apple Cider Vinegar as a remedy for unbalance scalps and pH. People have also mentioned Demodex. These parasites live in our hair follicles, normally without an issue. However, some people may have an over abundance, or have an allergy to them caused by the over abundance. It is worth it to mention to your Derm. and possibly test a sample of hair from one of the irritated areas.
I suddenly have developed tiny bumps on my upper lip. A few months ago this happened in just one little patch but it went away, and I can't remember if I did anything. But just a few days ago they appeared again on both sides of my upper lip. Then, the next day they had spread and now go all the way along the ridge of my upper lip. They aren't particularly noticeable except they change the shape of my lip, making it look smaller than it was in the places where they are on the very edge.
Finesse makes a Revitality Scalp Balm and you could probably find a scalp mask over the internet. Aveda makes Scalp Remedy, which is best used at night based on experience. These products are also okay for sensitive skin, again from experience. If these OTC treatments don't work and if you have the ability, see trichologist experienced in hair and scalp health. Hope you see relief soon.
I had a shooting pain in the back left portion of my head. It was on and off for several years. I also noticed that I would get bumps on my scalp that would bleed if I picked them off. I thought these were unrelated issues, but I tried a new shampoo. I went and got a bottle of Denorex shampoo (with Salicylic Acid as the active ingredient). I used that everyday for about 3 months and then scaled back to 3-4 times a week.
I started in 6th grade, I am a 26 year old female. I have 5-9 scalp I pick at a time on my scalp. I have long black hair and cant wear certain styles because my problem will be seen and people would laugh or judge me. I started med school last year, and the people around me everyday are medically smart and are starting to pick up that my fingers are in my hair pulling out scabs.
I have this same exact problem. My doctor put me on acutane too because right around when i got the stickiness of the scalp i started getting bad acne too. My sticky hair went away while i was taking acutane but came back a couple months after I stopped taking acutane. It is an extremley frustrating problem. I found the thing that helps for a couple to few weeks is dying my hair and/or getting a scalp treatment at the hair salon. Let me know if you find a remedy that works on a daily basis!
I am having the itchy bumps on my neck and scalp also. I have been using the shampoo and hair products for 8 months to a year and never had any problems. Is it possible to develop an allergy after that long of a time? It is embarrassing to constantly digging my head, I know its not lice because I have everybody and their mother check my head. Can anybody give me any ideas.
Three days ago I started feeling like whatever this was is now in my skin (I'm certain of it), It's under the skin on my face, my scalp, my back, my toes, and my feet. I can feel it crawling in and out of my anus at times also. Went to the dermatoligist today and of couse he says it's my imagination, some people get it. He's subscribed me some DEXEPIN for depression. :( Funny thing is I'm not depressed, my life was quite good until this bug showed up.
i have the same problem, it ***** i have the bumps everywhere on my hands and some on my feet. and the itching is constant. my boyfriend of a year has a similar condition only his have scabbed but he also gets the itchys. i hate them ive been to the doctor 2 times first they told me it was contast dermatitis and the steriods and cream didnt help. the second time the doctors didnt know they gave me cream and told me if it stays i should go to the dermatoligist.
I am going to make an appointment with a demologist hopefully for next week. I have little bumps on my scalp too. I notice that when I am in direct sunlight, it gets worse. Also the top center (part line)of my scalp it more sensitive than anywhere else. I will post again when I find out more information. good luck all and post your results too!
I get the little bumps on my hands (palms mostly but sometimes up on my fingers depending on the severity of the "break out") and on my feet (much rarer). I went to the doctor for it as a child eveytime it happened and after years of lotions, creams and steroids it still is hasn't gone away, although I've started to note patterns of break outs and they've gotten less frequent and severe. I've found at least 3 seperate triggers that cause break outs for me. The first is stress.
i have little bumps on vagina on the outside of it in between my thigh and the lips of the vagina. then i have two lines one on each side of the outside of my vagina that also itch and hurt. they are sore and itchy and sometimes the whole area down there burns after sex. im really worried and freaking out because im 23 weeks preg atm and i dont want to pass this on to the baby however i have had it for a while.. just thought it was 'normal'. the lips of my vagina hurts when we have sex.
Try using 3% hydrogen peroxide left on overnight 1-2 times per week. Even if you dont have blond hair. It seems to stop the bumps from manifesting on scalp. What you have is Morgellons disease. I've had it for years. Strange welts/hives are the other side effect of this disease. Which I simply put triple antibiotic on when they arise. Good Luck, This works! Not a cure for this highly contagious disease.
I also notice very very very very small blister type bumps on my fingers that i have popped and released some sort of fluid.. the bumps on my penis/butt/thighs do not seem to have any fluid in them.. just very itchy and red.. I have had sexual intercourse about 3 to 4 months ago.. and have noticed these irritations about 2 months ago.. can masterbation cause it to get worse?.. i was told by a friend that it may be bed bugs?.. is that possible? (fleas? or no?..
Once you're done, take about 3 cap-fuls of Listerine and pour it onto your scalp. Work it into your hair and scalp. LEAVE IT ON FOR 3 MINS. You might feel a tingling sensation which is totally normal. After that rinse your hair. I used a conditioner for the ends of my hair to put some moisture back into them. Just make sure the conditioner has no contact with the scalp. After this treatment i found that my hair was completely back to normal! I was so astounded.
this has resulted in what i would call widespread herpes outbreaks which tend to occur on my entire scalp region .they are usually painful bumps and zits which are filled with white and yellow pus.this has resulted in severe hair thinning and hair loss.the hair loss is worse and im rapidly losing facial hair as well. i get severe scalp pain every morning ,the herpes outbreaks tend to occur in my sleep.i am seriously concerned by the hair loss and would like a remedy.
Hi, Since I was a kid, I noticed what appears to be tiny "eggs" on my scalp, but never was diagnosed with lice. I'm now 27, and the problem is still there, especially when I haven't washed my hair for a few days. Basically, I run my fingernails over my scalp and catch these little egg-like things. It's not itchy at all, and no red bumps or flaking. Side note: I have extremely oily skin w/ adult facial acne, so not sure if this is related to that.
I get it on my scalp, eyebrows, chin (where facial hair grows), and my penis (both the base of the shaft where pubic hair grows as well as the glans). It presented in white flaky skin on the hair area and small red bumps and lesions on the groin area, which look very unfortunately like herpes (which I have been tested for several times and do not have). I tried a million different OTC creams and such and did a crazy amount of online searching, but no one seemed to know how to fix it.
Initially there were rashes and small acne sort of bumps were visible on and around shoulders without any itching but certainly gave an unpleasant look. Then I contacted my Dr. and he gave the treatment which cured the rashes and small bumps completely over a period of about 6 months or so but still I feel itching and very small amount of rashes not quite frequently. Still I am taking the treatment for the same under the observation of my Dr.
Wow, we all have the same issue so it has to be something the doctors can figure out. Small bumps on the foot that are filled with clear liquid, itch when it's filled, but okay after you pop them or they pop alone and they reoccur. There has to be a reason why this is happening, maybe they should test the liquid in the bump to see what they come up with. It can't be as cut and dry as a cream that doesn't really work. That means it's still undiagnosed. Wow a doctor needs to help.
It's only on the back of my scalp, the front-top of my scalp is smooth. I have looked at the Cutis Verticis Gyrata on wikipedia. Not much help. I use to play basketball year round in High School, had 8 percent body fat weighing 179lbs, but I've stopped since then. I went to college, ate top ramen, mac and cheese like the fellow in the other comment. It would be interesting to see what we all have in common besides these wrinkles.
There are so many I can't just dab a cream on them as they pop up. And it is only on my face. I do have an itchy scalp too, but have been using only shampoos I am not allergic to such as DHS clear etc. COuld this be a food allergy? He said it would likely be all over if it was, not just the face. But that we may have to look that direction if this doesn't help. I am seriously depressed by this rash and don't know if I should see another doctor or not. I live close to your office actually, lol.
Superficial scratches are randomly appearing on my body, usually on my abdomen or chest (front-side). These scratches are almost always about two-three inches long and there are usually two or three of them separated by about an inch. They are always roughly parallel to one another. They are exactly as if a cat has scratched me (I have no pets). Since the scratches are quite superficial, they tend to heal quickly within two or three days.
yes I know I'm a picker freak. I can remember my Dad having these bumps on the back of his neck when I was growing probley same age as i am now 45. I use to stick pins and everything in to his and he would just sit and I would stick the pin in deep looking for ingrown hairs. damn he was tough, my wife tried to do that to me, and i almost jumprd through the roof. my Dad is a much tougher man than me.
I have had dry, swollen, cracked, peeling skin on my eyelids which has become progressively worse over 7 years. Have been prescribed cortisone but only is an overnight cure. Is this exceme? or psoriasis? or allergies? How can I get over this??? HELP!!!
My mom has been getting the same itchy bumps on her arms for almost a year now. Nothing seemed to work until I suggested she start taking an Antihistamine. This seems to help alot. She has no history of allergies, bug bites or what have you, but she does get cold sores and suffered a severe outbreak on her entire face due to contracting bacterial menangitis where her immune system was so impaired, the herpes ran rampant.
I do not see anything visible as far as bites, but I always find bumps almost like insect bites in my scalp, usually the back of the head. This always occurs when the condition is very bad. I have had relatives experience the same symptoms when they sleep at my home. I have come to the conclusion that this is a type of mite/parasite that no one is familiar with in the U.S. If someone is having the same symptoms and has found the problem, please let me know.
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