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Can You Dye Your Hair If You Have Alopecia
I have been dying my hair for 3 years now. I continued to dye my hair even after I found out about the alopecia. Will bleaching cause more damage?
Dyeing hair should: not cause alopecia.I may cause hair fragility, but i would want to know what type of alopecia you are dealing with at 17? ...Read more
I have alopecia areata and im 16 years old. I be had it since I was 13. I want to dye my hair to make me feel better... Is that a bad idea ?
Hello I have alopecia areata but I'm getting treatment for it and I'm 16 years old and I was wondering if I can dye my hair?
I have alopecia areata & am on a presc. shampoo & cream to see if it will help. I have 1 half dollar size patch and was curious if I can dye my hair?
Scalp issues: seeing how you have an area with no hair I would recommend hair dye at this time wait till it clears up and there hair has grown back completely ...Read more
Permanent hair dye damage my hair three years ago i cut it, my hair grow back brittle, hair loss with a bulb on the end everytime will i go bald?
Probably not: If you're still growing hair, you shouldn't prematurely go bald. ...Read more
I am 18 and have two bald spots. I've never dyed my hair or anything like that, could stress be causing it?
Alopecia areata: Fungal infection of the scalp in adults is not terribly common. Based on your description this is likely alopecia areata. Stress if described in many patients with this problem. The exact cause, however, is not really clear. See a dermatologist to evaluate this. Often it resolves on its own but sometimes treatment is necessary to help it along. ...Read more
Damage: These procedures may have damaged your hair. Recommend seeing a good beautician to assess your hair further. ...Read more
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I permanent dye damage my follicle and now i got hair loss with a bulb on the end of the hair what can I do?
Dye my dreadlock six year ago didn't use condition on my hair dye stayed on my hair now hair loss with bulb i cut it, went dermatologist, still fall out?
Many possibilities.: Hair "turns over" faster than just about anything else in the body, and many things - from illness to injury to surgical procedures to hormonal imbalances to infections to stress - can interfere with the normal hair cycle. Don't waste your money on tonics and "hair vitamins". Let a dermatologist go through the possibilities and find the cause. (hair loss with the bulb attached is common.). ...Read more
I use a permanent hair dye 3 years ago and did not use the treatment came with it overtime i had brittle, flaking, hair loss with a bulb on the end?
My sideburns are greying. Is it safe to dye them? Is there any risk of rest of the hair also greying quickly or hair loss?
Dying the sideburns will not affect the rate of greying of rest of the hair, though the remaining will turn grey, sooner or later. You may consider leaving the grey hair alone, it would save the hassle, expense and avoid exposure to the chemicals in the hair dye.
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Allergic rxn to hair dye 2 months ago. Lymph nodes swollen (<1cm), hair loss, contact dermatitis. What should I do? Do I have to cut the dyed hair?
Exposure...: I don't know if someone has seen you for this and if you have been treated but I would say that if you still have the dye that caused the reaction and still causing problems then it could be a good idea to get rid of it. In any case, I would rather tell you to be seen and have someone give you formal diagnosis and treatment before you do anything. This might be related to some other problems. ...Read more
Hair loss I am currently using the IUD mirena, and I have been noticing that my hair, which used to be thick long and healthy, has been thinning and coming out more. I thought the edges had came out because i had dyed my hair 2 weeks before getting a rela
Hair loss in females: You should see your local dermatologist for advice and a possible diagnosis. On-line speculation will only lead to further confusion or delay your presentation. Make your appointment today if you are worried. ...Read more
Alopecia areata: Up to 50 percent of patients who present with patchy alopecia areata experience spontaneous hair regrowth within one year. However, most will relapse. There are a variety of treatments for it, including topical and intralesional corticosteroids as well as some systemic therapies. ...Read more
I m having problem of hair fall from the whole body though im not having alopecia, and growth is continue but hairs r falling.
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I am 20 y/o male and I am losing my hair very significantly.It seems like normal alopecia and the roots are white when they fall.Please help me.
Hair loss in 20 yo M: The question is what is the pattern of hair loss? Is it frontal, temporal and vertex like male pattern hair loss? Is there a family history of pattern hair loss? If the hair loss is diffuse from all over the scalp, particularly if all the roots are white, you need an exam by a dermatologist to see if this is another form of hair loss which may be caused by meds, stress, metabolic problems, etc. ...Read more
Alopecia areata: When there is complete hair loss from scalp (alopecia totalis) or from entire body (alopecia universalis) due to autoimmune attack on hair follicles, there are treatments available, however it often is a challenge to treat. The sooner the treatment is started, the more hair can possibly be recovered. Long standing alopecia areata is difficult to reverse. There is no cure for alopecia areata, . ...Read more
Depends...: ...On the kind of alopecia and how long it has been present. There are many causes, from illnesses to surgical procedures to medications to crash diets to stress. Some types of inherited and scarring alopecias, unfortunately, are irreversible. Once you know the cause you can tailor a treatment plan, if treatment is possible. Your dermatologist can help you with this. ...Read more
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