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Hair Bulbs Falling Out
I am loosing hair and the hair bulb is so small nd thin and sometimes there is no bulb .. Moreover the scalp is dry and I've got dandruff nd oily hair?
Hair loss: What is your question? Hair loss is determined by genetics (usually the maternal side). You can use products such as minoxidile topically and propecia to minimize continue hairloss and possibly promote new growth. I'm also not sure how your scalp is dry but your hair is oily. You can use the right type of shampoo for your scalp condition. Otherwise, consult dermatologist. ...Read more
Hair Falling...: Please see your local dermatologist! hair coming out by bulb needs to be evaluated to see exactly what kind of "bulb" is there. If it is a dry, white bump on the end it is one kind, if it is a sticky, soft, longer bulb it is something else. Make an appt and take in some hairs that are falling out. Lab studies directed by her/him may help identify the cause. ...Read more
I have hair falling out for the past two years. It is broken hairs, short and curly, with the white bulbs on ends.Now look like boy.What is the problem?
Different ones: We'd definitely need more information to begin with to be able to tell what might be going on, but more so a good look at your hair is needed to arrive to a more or less correct diagnosis. Common issues are fungus, thyroid disorder, mineral and vitamin deficiency, hormonal imbalance, and autoimmune disorders. Certain medications may be the culprit as well. Chemicals such as shampoo, sprays! ...Read more
If hair falls out with a white bulb at the end that hair is broken hair or is it normal shedding my hair falls out with white bulb im worried?
See dermatologist: The best answer would come from seeing a dermatologist and having full evaluation. Would also check T4 and TSH (thyroid function). ...Read more
When hair falls out with little bulbs (follicles?) at the end does it mean the hair on that spot won't grow back anymore?
Telogen Effluvium: Telogen effluvium is a form of nonscarring alopecia characterized by diffuse hair shedding, often with an acute onset. A chronic form with a more insidious onset and a longer duration also exists.Telogen effluvium is a reactive process caused by a metabolic or hormonal stress or by medications. Generally, recovery is spontaneous and occurs within 6 months. This is treated with B12 shots. ...Read more
Pubic hair disorder? Multiple hairs growing out of each follicle. They have black bulbs that are wet and some stick together.
Hmmm: Can not really tell what this is over the computer. Best for you to get an exam and be properly diagnosed. It may be an underlying infection or skin issue , so get an eval. Good luck. ...Read more
How do we know whether we have telogen effluvium? Does the white bulb at the end of the hair give an indication of te?
Telogen Effluvium: The shed hairs are typically telogen hairs, which can be recognized by a small bulb of keratin on the root end. Whether the keratinized lump is pigmented or unpigmented makes no difference; the hair fibers are still typical telogen hairs. B12 shots once a month helps this condition. ...Read more
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