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Medicine For Scalp Laceration
Scalp is the part of the skin on the skull, deeply attached to the skull and has the hair shafts from it. Rest of the skin in the head like facial skin (beard) has only 2 layers -epidermis and dermis. Scalp has 5 different layers unlike facial skin/rest of skin all over body. Scalp-s-epidermis, c-conn. Tissue, a-aponeurosis, l-loose areolar conn. Tissue and p- pericranium attached ...Read more
Depends on the situa: Shallow or short cuts may not need anything more than a good wash out and antibiotic ointment.Deeper cuts that gape open likely need closure. Local instillation of anesthetic followed by staples or sutures is routine, complex deeper lesions may require an anesthetic, a good washout with saline & deep sutures followed by a surfaces closure. Most can be done in a pediatricians office or urgent care ctr. ...Read more
What kind of antibiotic goes on a very small scalp laceration? It doesn't seem deep enough to need stitches.
Yes, like any cut: Scalp lacerations look worse then they feel. Like any laceration they bleed and are painful. The scalp is very vascular (lots of blood vessels) so it tends to be very bloody. Depending on the depth of the laceration, most of these require surgical repair (done with local anesthetic- so not painful). The scalp tends to always heal beautifully. ...Read more
Yes: Technically yes. It is not a huge procedure as it is technically skin deep. But scalp lacerations can bleed a lot and a hematoma in that location could have lots of clots and therefore will requires a thorough evacuation with good lighting and surgical instruments as in a typical or. ...Read more
Is it normal for a laceration on back of head from car accident to still cause pain 5 years later? Pin point sharp shooting pain and scalp sensitivity
I had a big scalp and forehead laceration 23 staples and 150 stitches last may, the scar itches and hurts to touch on top of head. Should I worry?
No: But see your DR. There may be some retained stitches, which can be irritating. You may need to shampoo more or get a special shampoo or use a prescription solution. ...Read more
Scalp Psoriasis: There are a few medications for scalp psoriasis. Relief, but not cures. Tar shampoos (t-gel, tarsum, dhs-tar) and several prescription shampoos containing cortisone derivatives, such as clobex shampoo. Derma-smoothe fs, taclonex, and more are available. Very pricey and you need a prescription from your doctor to get them. Best luck! ...Read more
NEVER: No homeopathic remedies are of any value except as expensive placebos. There are no exceptions. Do not waste your money. There are useful treatments depending on the diagnosis. ...Read more
I have pseudopelade from last 45 days. Some patches are seen on my scalp. Can any medicine stop them. Do I get new hair on patches.
Hair loss: Pseudopelade is an extremely rare hair loss condition which mainly affects women. The gender ratio for sufferers is three women to every man. There is no known cause for Pseudopelade and the jury remains divided over whether it is an auto-immune disorder or the result of genetics. As so little is known about Pseudopelade, both in general and specifically, there is no real course of treatment. ...Read more
I have dandruff problem. I have used all types of shampoo and medicine but nothing works. In my scalp there is layer of thick white flacks...
Is there any medicine to a scalp cyst if for example numb a little, sometimes I felt a very little numb, I have to massage lightly to feel better, tanx?
No, worry: If only periodic I would not worry. Not worth taking something for such small irritation. ...Read more
Depends on cause: Acne is not common on the scalp, but more likely at the edges and around the face and back because it is a problem of certain sweat glands. But several things can aggravate the hair follicles and make them act like pimples. Caution with your shampoos/conditioners as chemicals can cause it. Fungal infections can be a cause-selenium shampoos can help this.Psoriasis and other conditions look like acne. ...Read more
Botox: Botox can help with wrinkles, results can last from 3 to 6 months. ...Read more
18yrs: is sebo_psoriasis on scalp genetic? Causes for it? Is there a permanant solution for it? Other than medicines, what else can we do to improve? Diet
Scalp Psoriasis: It is generally believed that psoriasis comes about as a combination of genetic, immune and environmental causes. It also has a tendency to run in families. Severe scalp psoriasis sometimes warrants treatment with tablets or injections such as methotrexate, ciclosporin, Acitretin or biologic agents. Patients should be under the care of an experienced dermatologist. ...Read more
Hard to say...: ...without knowing what medicine are you using, how much and how often being applied, and seeing the scalp in person. First, I'd check the directions make sure it's being applied correctly--for example, most common treatments are to be left in only 10 minutes before being rinsed out! That said, dry scalp is a common side effect. Between treatments, a little Vaseline to the dry areas would help. ...Read more
She is 22 and she face dandruff, rough hair and itching on scalp please suggests some drug. .. Thanks & regards?
Please see doctor:
Rough hair may actually be coarse hair, suggesting low thyroid hormone. Also, dandruff could be dry, scaly skin, another sign of low thyroid.
Look for other symptoms as listed in this link:
http://www. Mayoclinic. Com/health/hypothyroidism/ds00353/dsection=symptoms
please see a doctor for a full history and physical as well as blood tests as appropriate. ...Read more
My friend got the problem of dry scalp. He uses antidandruff shampoo every two days. Please suggest any medicines for dry scalp problem.?
Seborrheic dermatitis, or inflammatory dandruff, is best treated by alternating a variety of anti-dandruff shampoos, such as zinc pyrithione (ex head and shoulders), selenium sulfide, a tar-based shampoo (like t-gel) or ciclopirox (loprox). Shampoo is applied to wet hair, and left for 5-10 minutes and then rinsed.
Despite its dry appearance, the hair should be washed frequently. ...Read more
Strange sensation of moving on scalp, started 2 months ago. Not on drugs and sane. Theory Bot Flies, have monitored and specimens. No one believes me,?
Sir my hair is falling very fast you can say because of dandruf so please tell me any medicine name which I can use and it keep my scalp clear from these disorders (Dandruf).
See a dermatologist: There are dandruff shampoos readily available which can be used in your shower every day. Not all hair loss is the same. When you go for evaluation, bring copies of any blood tests, bring any shampoo or anything used on scalp. Bring all meds, vitamins, or anything else used in recent weeks. ...Read more
I wonder if there's some medicine I can take as my skin is very oily especially my scalp and face? Or is it a diet thing and just avoid oily food? Which I did already but it seems not working?
No such thing: There is no such medication or supplement. ...Read more
Won't fix it: When the scalp is invaded by the germ of ringworm it gets into the root system of the hair, far too deep for superficial creams or lotions to kill it all. They can attack the exposed fungus, but the root associated germ just replaces what is affected by the creams. See your doc for proper diagnosis. This commonly takes a month or more of oral anti-fungal meds. ...Read more
I m using topical 5%minoxidine on scalp for hair growth. Is this sufficient treatment for this or any drug that I cn take for this without sideffcts?
I have too much itchy on my head scalp from last 6 months. I used all shampoos, but it didn't stop. I got medecines and also used many oils for messa?
Have your PCP look: At it to determine what types of scales, or flakes or dandruff yours scalp is producing? Also, refrain from using harsh shampoos, conditioners, treatments on your scalp that could be irritating it, and/or color dyes, and other harsh chemicals that could be irritating your scalp. If you don't get anywhere with your PCP, then seek a dermatologist, who can help you. Also, changing your diet can help! ...Read more