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Hi, Hi, Scalp disease may be associated with some degree of hair loss. Seborrheic dermatitis may be associated with a diffuse and less noticeable loss of hair and this may be considered in your case. Managing the underlying scalp disease will most likely help solve this problem with the hair condition. Tinea capitis which is a fungal infection on the other hand appears as patchy hair loss associated with red plaques over the scalp. This is not likely your case.
I'm sure it's not Sebborheic Dermatitis though, because I've seen pictures of was Seb- Der looks like and it looks much more severe than what I have. I'm a little discouraged that they may not work because I'm sure I dont have Seb- Der, but I want to keep my hopes up. I also got a blood test done and will be called to see if it's something worse or if I'll need to take a pill that can help with my brown clusters.
Psoriasis - my dad and grandma on moms side both have it pretty bad Dermatitis - possibly seborrheic(although the description doesn't sound like it really Contact or atopic Dermatitis - would have to be multiple things, friction, latex, lotions, soaps Lichen Planus - I haven't seen a case on the internet that looks much like this HPV - I really worry about this one because it's the only STD I'm not sure about and I could be exposing my girlfriend... Any thoughts would be appreciated.
Not in my anus, but it worked pretty well, and still is working on my head (because of dandruff and seborrheic dermatitis in the area) twice a week, every week. Also it worked in one of my foot's toe (fungus in the nail).
Im not a virgin and i have exactly the same problem, red itchy bumps on the inside of my thighs in my groin on my scrotum now and even on the head of my penis, the ones on my penis are not as itchy but very worrying. i have seen a doctor and he just prescribed some antibiotics for a hair follicle infection and gave me some cream. i have only had sex with one girl and i know for a fact that i have been her only sexual partner which leads me to believe its not an STI.
The chigger's mouth and feeding structures are delicate and are best able to penetrate the skin at areas of wrinkles, folds, or other areas of skin that are thin. Most bites occur around the ankles, the crotch and groin areas, behind the knees, and in the armpits. Barriers to migration on the skin such as belts may be one reason that chigger bites also commonly occur at the waist or at other areas where their migration is prevented by compression from clothing.
Hi, Differentials may include eczematous disease ( allergic dermatitis, atopic dermatitis, seborrheic dermatitis)involving the extremities.There may be an overlying infection after severely scratching or breaking the skin. Have you any known allergies? At this point it is difficult to tell what causes the condition. A complete examination by an internist or dermatologist may help. Have you tried taking any medications before that relieved the symptoms?
insect bites, poison oak, poison ivy, Eczema, seborrheic dermatitis, psoriasis. This stuff work for me, it may or may not work for everyone. Good luck.
I used to have problems with seborrheic dermatitis around my nose when I was a kid so the only other thing I can think of is that. Is there something else they could be? If they are forcyde spots, is there a way to make my lips feel moist again? I don't care about the appearance, but they are very uncomfortable.
i googled and came up with morgellons disease - until then i never knew what people with psychological problems were talking about. i looked at the pictures of the sufferers of this disease and i wanted to die. i had an anxiety attack and was admitted to the emergecy room where they made me hold a fluffy ball and describe how it felt. i suffered. one day i read the front page of yahoo, about a guy suffering from a crawling feeling. i read his symptons and they sounded like mine.
Now I am 100% convinced that soon I should take the path of a vegeterian or even vegan.
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