Seborrheic dermatitis natural treatment hair loss

Common Questions and Answers about Seborrheic dermatitis natural treatment hair loss


Avatar n tn At this point, there is really no effective medical therapy for hair loss. If your hair loss is associated with tinea and seborrheic dermatitis then the underlying disorders need to be addressed first. Hair loss also has a genetic basis. Male or female pattern baldness may follow a hereditary pattern. Treatment of the tinea and seborrheic dermatitis may help resolve the hair loss. Creams may not be sufficient for scalp infections. You may need oral antifungal therapy.
Avatar m tn If the symptoms persist, then it would be best to get it confirmed from a trichologist. Regarding the hair loss, unless and until the hair follicles are intact, hair will regrow. Otherwise you may need hair transplantation. It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided. For exact diagnosis, you are requested to consult your doctor. I sincerely hope that helps.
Avatar m tn Mostly the hair loss due to seborrheic dermatitis is not permanent until and unless there is any damage to the hair follicle and hence the hair grow back. It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided. For exact diagnosis, you are requested to consult your doctor. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care and please do keep me posted on how you are doing.
Avatar m tn You may need topical medications for this. Differentials will be a fungal infection and seborrheic dermatitis.
Avatar m tn I think the treatment time was 6 weeks, but it said on the insert under the instructions for seborrheic dermatitis. I just had major flaking/scaling, though, not major hair loss, but I think the cream would work better for you.
Avatar m tn Hello, Seborrheic dermatitis is a common skin condition that causes flaky,dry, white to yellowish scales to form on oily areas esp under the nose or anywhere on face. People with seborrheic dermatitis produce too much sebum (the natural skin oil). Later, pityrosporum yeast grows excessively in the sebum, sometime along with bacteria, making the dermatitis more persistent.
Avatar m tn I am also having a little pain in hair frollic's when i drag my hand thru them. Please advise...
Avatar f tn I have one very small section near the front of my head where I have just noticed a small area of hair loss. The area is only a couple of centimeters. The scalp in that section is slightly pink compared to the rest of my scalp. It has been itchy for the past few weeks. Thankyou for your help - it is greatly appreciated. This discussion is related to <a href=''>Scalp Irritation</a>.
Avatar n tn There is no psoriasis, or seborrheic dermatitis. The bx just said inflamation my scalp just feels tight . There is no patches of hair loss , it is pretty even all over just more thin or the left side. There is no flaking or itching just burning and tingling. The area that is red you can see tiny little viens comming to the top of the scalp . Alot of the scalp looks pink like I have had a sun burn. I had my hormones checked last week normal.
Avatar f tn Is this the symptom of seborrheic dermatitis? is seborrheic can cause hair lost? i can see my the hair regrowth so far, but they are very thin.
Avatar n tn I was diagnosed by my dermatologist as having Seborrheic Dermatitis however all medications that I have tried have not been working so my doctor has precribed quite a strong medication called Azapress (a generic medication for Imuran). Thus, my questions are as follows: 1. Will this disease ever go away? 2. What is the success rate for this medication to deal with Seborrheic Dermatitis and what are other options?
1282085 tn?1271747516 I would like to know the very best treatment options to getting rid of this forever if at all possible. How did I figure out how I had Seborrheic dermatitis..well it was via a military doctor who changed my diagnosis that rendered me entry into the military back in 2005. I am sick and tired of the dry scalp and face peeling. I have been putting Olive Oil and Tea Tree Oil on when I am on my way out the door to keep from being embarassed.
Avatar m tn I am a 24 year old male that is experiencing progressive hair loss. Lately, I have noticed these yellowish/brownish,waxy crusts on the crown area of my scalp. These waxy crusts attach themselves to hair follicles, and if picked at, come off with clumps of hair (sometimes 4 or 5 hairs together). These crusts do not itch or burn. I also have some redness/flaking skin occurring around my nose, eyebrows and forehead.
Avatar m tn I was told by my dermo that I had Seborrheic dermatitis. It was dry itchy and scaly under my beard, in the nose folds, ears and eyebrows. I was given desonate gel to use for 2 weeks and things calmed down. However now I just have a redness itchy forehead. I put moisture cream o it and it doesnt really help. Is this still donsidered Seborrheic dermatitis? And would the desonate gel still be the right rx to use?
Avatar m tn Hi, I've been having some hair loss related problems... When I went to the doctors they gave me a medicated shampoo for seborrheic dermatitis. But what I've been experiencing is weighed down, lifeless, quite oily hair, even straight after I've washed it. After sleeping all night my hair looks a real mess (not a usual mess) and it looks thinner, oilier and just really ugly until I brush it, when it looks normal-ish again. Do you have any idea what's going on?
Avatar n tn There is really no definite treatment for seborrheic dermatitis. If the condition is severe, topical corticosteroids may be able to help. Discuss this with your dermatologist, so that the corticosteroid with the right potency be given you. Also, frequent and vigorous shampooing is important.
Avatar m tn The fact that there is associated hair loss,a fungal infection and seborrheic dermatitis have to be considered here .These are conditions that usually involve the scapl and may lead to hair loss. Take antihistamines for the itching. Also, continue using the topical medications and try to observe your condition. If there are any possible known triggers like abrasive soaps and cleansers, food, heat, smoke and alcohol, avoid them as much as possible.