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I want to ask why I'm always having a headache? And why I felt head cramps everytime I get shock, panic, nervous and also when I'm laughing sometimes? And there's also some white particles coming out from my scalp but it look like a white heads.
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
My mom had a noncancerous cyst on her scalp nd. Had it removes s it possible that will. Developed a cyst becous my mom had. A cyst?
Yes: Cysts are common on the scalp and, in almost every case, are not malignant. They are easily removed by a dermatologist if they become large or noticeable. It is possible you will develop a cyst on your scalp, but it is unlikely to be genetically determined. ...Read more
On hmg, 17mm folli on cd13 so scheduled trigger for cd15, had cramps on cd14 and cd15 u.S shows collapsed folli n fluid in pod. Did I ovulate on my own?
A long periods of exercise or physical labor, particularly in hot weather, may lead to muscle cramps
some medications and certain medical conditions also may cause muscle cramps.
The exact cause of muscle cramps is still unknown, but the theories most commonly cited include
altered neuromuscular control
poor conditioning. ...Read more
Lice?: You could have lice. Get a lice comb and have someone help you to examine for lice eggs and the lice themselves. A dry scalp can also cause itching that can give sensation of something crawling. Have someone help you look! ...Read more
Have scalp examined: Botflys are found in central & s. America, so if you haven't traveled there, don't worry. If you have been there and you develop a bump under your skin that continues to get bigger, then there might be a botfly larva growing in your scalp. Have your doctor look at it under magnification to see if there is a pore. If you put vaseline over the pore it may suffocate the larva and it may come out! ...Read more
Various causes: Dry scalp, like dry skin may or may not be an inherited tendency that can be aggravated by skin care products or habits. Shampoos particularly dandruff shampoos like most soaps tend to be drying. Washing or bathing in warm to hot water may also cause dry scalp. Living in a dry climate may also aggravate dry skin tendencies. Seborrhea may cause scaly scalp that resembles dry scalp. ...Read more
Various conditions: Muscles cramps may result from overuse, dehydration, mineral imbalance, muscle strain, buildup of toxins, a disorder involving the nerve to the muscle, and lack of adequate blood supply to the muscle. In many cases, however, the exact cause of a muscle cramp isn't discovered. See your doctor to diagnose and treat recurrent cramps. Best of health to you! ...Read more
Healing: Any injury to the scalp will eventually try to heal. Dried blood, mixed with died cells form a layer on the wound surface known as scab. Beneath it a new skin is formed and the scab will eventually fall off the normal skin. It works as a shied, basically. ...Read more
Uterus contraction: The inside lining of your uterus grows in response to female hormones, and sloughs during a period releasing hormones called prostaglandins. They make your muscular uterine walls contract. Drugs like Ibuprofen & Naproxen block production and reduce pain; best taken at the earliest onset of cramps. Also birth control pills reduce growth of the lining, hence reducing cramps. Heating pad too. ...Read more
Infection: This can be folliculitis which is infection of hair follicles. Treatment is oral antibiotics with culture to determine which antibiotic is best to decrease the bacteria. This has a high recurrence rate and vitamin c, antibacterial soap mixed with the shampoo can be helpful in reducing recurrences. ...Read more
Native Americans: In traditional medicine, cramp bark has been used to slow the flow of menstrual bleeding in menorrhagia. It can reduce menstrual cramping. It has been used to aid digestion & as a diuretic. It has been purported to slow uterine contractions when preterm birth is threatening. ...Read more
Histology: Description of an area of the scalp. Histology is the study of the microscopic anatomy of cells and tissues of plants and animals. The scalp is the skin and subcutaneous tissue that covers the neocranium (the head). Stroma is a description supportive tissue consisting of connective tissues and blood vessels on the scalp. Subepithelial situated or occuring beneath the epithelial layer subcutaneous ...Read more
See a dermatologist: It is difficult to make a proper diagnosis since I am not there to see the condition. I recommend seeing a dermatologist so that they can make a proper diagnosis and give you something to get rid of the condition or relieve symptoms. ...Read more