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Is A Bald Spot On Back Of Head Normal
4 y/o with bald spot on back of head. Scalp seems normal no itching at all but getting bigger. Causes? Pediatrician or Dermatology visit in order?
Bald spot: Many possible causes including simply being on his/her back too much. I would advise seeing the baby's pediatrician first, they should be able to determine the cause and generally you should be able to see your pediatrician a lot sooner than a dermatologist. Good luck ...Read more
Normal Baby: This usually comes from the position they are sleeping in and self corrects with time. ...Read more
Is alopecia areata linked to chantix, and can anything be done? About a year ago, I took chantix for about 4-6 weeks. 4-8 weeks after stopping the drug, I noticed a bald spot in my facial hair. Then another. Then on the back of my head (not in a normal
Chantix and Alopecia:
Not proven, but her are some interesting data that hint at it.
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Alopecia areata: This is an autoimmune condition where your immune system attacks the hair follicles and hair falls out leaving round bald spots. Often stress or illness triggers it. It can spread and more hairloss can occur. See a dermatologist for treatment. Ringworm (tinea capitis) usually has inflammation and or scale associated with it. ...Read more
Sometimes, I will get a sharp pain just to the right of the place on my head where a bald spot would normally be. Should I be worried?
No worries: I don't think you have anything to worry about. There are nerve endings underneath the skin in your entire body. Sometimes, the nerve endings can get excited and sharp pain could result. It is unlikely you have a serious condition but if it becomes really bothersome or more severe I think it would be good to be checked out by a local neurologist. ...Read more
What causes alopecia? I just found a bald spot in the back of my head that's the size of a half dollar. My brother and neice have alopecia.
Alopecia areata: Alopecia areata is an autoimmune disease. Autoimmune means that the body's immune system attacks the body. When alopecia areata develops, the body attacks its own hair follicles. A person's genetic makeup, combined with other factors, triggers this form of hair loss. People can have this type of hair loss at any age. Some patients with alopecia areata have a family member who also has the disease. ...Read more
I have a bald spot on the right side of my head and I was wondering what can I do to get my hair back I'm not for sure how big the spot is? Pls help
Diagnosis first: You really have to find out what is causing it, especially because it is one isolated spot. Infection is possible, and if it is, it has to be treated. Sometimes skin biopsy is needed to make a diagnosis. Find the cause, then treat it. ...Read more
Just found a silver dollar sized bald spot on the side of my head. I have long, thick, normal hair. Do not pick, scratch or pull my hair. Freaked out
See doctor: There could be a number of causes for this and a doctor can help with the diagnosis. Alopecia arreata and an infection are possibilities that would benefit from early treatment. ...Read more
I'm 19 and have lost hair at the bottom of my head. It is about 3 cm in diameter and whilst hair is growing back sparsly, there is a smooth bald spot?
Alopecia areata: You might have alopecia areata. Best to see your Family Doc for referral to Dermatologist for evaluation & treatment. In meantime, check out https://www. Aad. Org/dermatology-a-to-z/diseases-and-treatments/a---d/alopecia-areata, http://www. Webmd. Com/skin-problems-and-treatments/hair-loss/tc/alopecia-areata-topic-overview & https://www. Naaf. Org/. ...Read more
Bald spot in the back of my head I am a 50 year old female with a bald spot the size of a softball in the back of my head that I have had for at least 6 months or more
Hello.: Hello. First, I wanted to advise that I can not diagnose your bald spot. Alopecia areata is a medical condition in which you lose a patch of hair. The hair loss can be on your head, your body, and sometimes there can be a total loss of hair. I recommend that you see a dermatologist who can evaluate the cause of the hair loss and provide you with treatment options. Good luck. ...Read more
I have a bald spot on the back-right side of my head, the skin is also numb. What are your thoughts?
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Noticed 1 quarter sized bald spot on my head. This is the 3rd time in the past 10 years hair grows back. I only get one bald spot not multiple.
Alopecia Areata: See a dermatologist if you want help. It is an autoimmune condition. ...Read more
I have a birth mark on the back of my head, but my hair covers it. If I were to get it removed, will I have a bald spot?
Yes, a small one...: About the width of the scar. When a lesion is removed, the surgery approximates the skin margins together so that it heals promptly, but the scar itself will not have hair follicles. Usually hair around it grows and covers the scar, so it is not noticeable unless one's head is shaved. If there is a concern about the birth mark and skin cancer, your life is most important. ...Read more
26 yo. Tiny bald spot on head (~5 mm) with very slight pinkish hue. Has been there for months. What could be the cause? Will it grow back? Cyst scar?
Bald spot: There are several possible causes of a small bald spot including earlier injury, infection or skin condition. In most cases the hair eventually grows back. Or it might be the first sign of a temporary or permanent hair disorder. If the patch enlarges, see a dermatologist for assessment. Find out more at http://dermnetnz. Org/hair-nails-sweat/hair-loss. Html. ...Read more
My husband developed a small bald spot on the side of his head. The hair recently started growing back white. Does he need to see a doctor?
Alopecia areata: That is the name of the problem. It is an immunological disorder that may recur. It can be treated, often, but not always, successfully. Ask your personal physician for a referral to a dermatologist for treatment ...Read more
I had a bump on my head 3 weeks ago. I scratched it and peeled the scab. Now I have a bald spot my head. How do I get hair growing back on the spot?
Time and patience.: It sounds as though the hair was traumatically removed with the scab. Since you did not have issues prior the scab, it will simply take time and patience to see the hair regrow. Viviscal is a nice over the counter treatment that may speed up the process of hair regrowth in areas such as yours. If the bald spot starts to enlarge, see a doctor. You may have a condition called alopecia aereata. ...Read more
Names matt im 19 and worried cause I have a bald spot on the back of my head overnight and been getting dizzy what's rong with me lower back pains
Unrelated: At age 19, sudden development of a bald spot might indicate a local scalp infection, or maybe you have been losing your hair there for a while and only just noticed. This is highly unlikely to relate to feeling dizzy, and that is unlikely to relate to low back pains. For your scalp see a dermatologist. For the other complaints, see you personal physician for reassurance. ...Read more
Small tender bump on the top of my head that I think I received from hitting it. Now it left a bald spot the size of a dime. Will my hair grow back?
Potentially you will: Not regrow your hair there. It would be appropriate to see a dermatologist for an evaluation of the area as you may not have the diagnosis correct. There are other potentially reversible causes for this kind of hairloss besides trauma. ...Read more
Hair transplantation: Half dollar sized bald spot top back part of scalp due to pattern baldness. What to do besides shaving head?
Will my hair grow back after a skin biopsy on my head? My doctor wants to do a skin biopsy on my head, but i’m afraid i’ll have a bald spot?
It depends: Depending on how the bx is performed, you may grow back your hair. For example, the bx could be done using and eliptical incision, and the skin could be pulled back together and sutured, so you would have no bald spot when it heals. You would have to discuss the procedure with the dr. To see if they can accomodate your wishes as to trying to do the best procedure to prevent a bald spot. ...Read more
Can I take biotin to help regrow hair on my head? 4 months ago I had a golf ball size bald spot on the back of my head, now it is the size of my palm and it does not seem to be getting better. I have researched biotin, should I start taking this? I
Its unlikely biotin will hurt, but I also doubt it will help.
From your description it sounds like you have alopecia areata. Read about it here: http://www. Naaf. Org/
it is usually treated with steroid injections into the area (which will affect your blood sugar). Sometimes a combo of topical steroids and rogaine (minoxidil) helps.
But first you really need a diagnosis. This could still be many things and it would be worth your while to see a local medical dermat. ...Read more
Hi, I have a mark/scar/bald spot on the back of my head which I was told was caused by a brain scan when I was a baby. Can I get rid of it?
Need to examine:
It is unlikely that the bald spot is due to an imaging study. It is not feasible to provide a meaningful opinion without examining you. If the spot is not too big, you would do well to cover it with hair from the surrounding areas. If it is of bigger cosmetic concern, you may consult a plastic surgeon.
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My doc told me I have scalp ringworm. I have been on Nizoral (ketoconazole) pills and shampoo for 3 weeks and the bald spot on my head has doubled in size. Normal?
If my hair was damaged by chemicals, ould it grow back? The bald spot didn't grow hair since then. Its been 7 years.
If it hasn't: Grown back in 7 years, it's not a good sign. Hair transplant at some point may help if it's a big issue. Good luck. ...Read more
After wearing my hair parted from the middle, I kind of created a bald spot right at the middle and won't go normal. Never had this bald spot before.
1: See your hairdresser
2: See a dermatologist ...Read more
I plucked my hair when I was in 8th class till 11th class then I stopped. So I have a bald spot on the top in the front of my hair. Will it grow back?
Plucking out hair: If the bald spot is only from plucking out your hair, and the scalp is normal otherwise, then you should gradually grow your hair back. ...Read more
Do u know any creams I can use on my bald spot to make it grow back I had a braid/sewin two years ago and it pull my hair please help?
Rogaine (minoxidil): You could try Rogain a topical solution that is sold without a perscfription ...Read more
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