A 40-year-old female asked:
What causes areas of scalp to feel like theres sudden sensation of chills, almost like numbness and tingling, happens few times a day for a seconds.
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Internal Medicine 63 years experience
Tingling: This would most likely be a nonspecific irritability of superficial scalp nerves. Since it's so localized, It's possibly a reaction to hair products or hair brushing or combing. Nevertheless have someone inspect your scalp to check for any sign of scalp inflammation. See your physician as needed.
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