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Unexplained Bruising On Legs With Fatigue And Hair Loss
Hair loss, otherwise known as alopecia, can be caused by different reasons, including damage to the hair shaft or follicles or fungal infections. There are two main types of alopecia. Alopecia areata occurs when the body's immune system attacks hair follicles and causes hair to fall out. Androgenetic (or androgenic) alopecia, on the other hand, is an inherited form of hair loss. With alopecia areata, hair can fall out in patches all over the body. With androgenetic alopecia, hair on the head first thins and then falls out. In men, this is called male pattern hair loss; in women, it is called ...Read more
Fatigue etc.: Without delay you should notify your doctor and make an appointment with him/her as soon as possible. If there is cause for delay in an appointment a visit to the Emergency room would be in order.
Last basic blood panels were ok. I do have Reynauds, new hair loss, now feel sick after sun, bruises, joint aches/fatigue. Can I ask Dr. About lupus?
Further testing: Yes you should be screened for lupus and other connective tissue diseases. Best wishes
All lymph sites swollen for about13 months as well as skin nodules, accompanied by bruising, hair loss, extreme weight loss, fatigue, itching mostly a?
Primary: What blood workup have you done. This seems to be going on for a while. Have you visited your primary doc? . With such a history, you need to be followed very closely by your primary doctor. I see that you've have certain procedures. What were the results. If your doctor has not discussed them with you, ask him/her to do so. Please visit them as soon as you can.
Hypersensitive to temps, body aches/fatigue, hair loss, bruises. Hema. And Endo. Docs said to see Rheumatologist. Can Rheum. Doc help? I'm losing hope
Maybe they dx fibrom: Maybe they think you have fibromyalgia. This might help you get a correct disgnosis what ever it is. Ask your physician to see a rheumatologist to help you with your diagnosis and symptoms.
Cold chills, night sweats, breast fibroadenomas, sore breast, hair loss, excessive bruising, fatigue, what type of test should I be asking for.
H/P, labs: See your doctor and report these symptoms. He/she will probably start with a thorough history and physical and probably some basic lab work.
Vibration inside/under heel lasting 2 seconds. Stop 4-5. Repeat. No spur (per x-ray). Mild swelling posteriorly mid calf to achilles. Hair loss on leg?
Vibration: More than likely the vibration is nerve pain. Some cases of plantar fasciitis involve the infracalcaneal nerve branch under the heel- it gets entrapped when there is a lot of inflammation. Antiinflammatories help, or ice. The mid calf pain could be posterior tibial tendinitis - the tendon that holds up your arch. This tendon and plantar fasciitis are related. Try an arch support
Noticed hair loss on both legs near calves, pattern mirrors and is symmetrical. No itching, swelling or pain. What could be cause? See doctor?
HAIR LOSS ON LEGS: PROBABLY NEW PAIR OF PANTS OR OTHER LEG GARMENT. DOES NOT SOUND SERIOUS.
See an MD: Sounds like alopecia. You should see a dermatologist for a definitive diagnosis and treatment plan.
Hair loss: And not your head hair? If you are losing hair on many body parts you must see your primary doctor for complete evaluation - history, physical exam, and labs. If that does not answer your concerns your doctor will refer you to a specialist - most likely a Dermatologist.
Friction: Most men will get hair loss in this area from the chronic friction of pant legs and socks rubbing the skin while walking. Over the course of years, the hair will stop growing in these areas.
Hair loss & thyroid: Those symptoms might suggest a thyroid problem, and further evaluation is necessary. If you have not already seen one, an endocrinologist should be your next stop.
Small left inner ankle rash. Itchy, had for long time, now left leg hair loss, what could it be? Recently having pain down same leg at night, restless
See doctor: You did not specify the type of cardiovascular disease which is unusual at your young age. An itchy rash at the ankle may have many causes including shoe dermatitis but you need to see your doctor and have him/her take a look at it. As far as you leg issue, you may ask your doctor whether you may be suffering from restless leg syndrome and get the treatment for it.
Can peripheral swelling unrelated to vascular disease apply pressure on veins/arteries and reduce vascular flow, causing hair loss in leg?
Leg hairloss: Hairloss at legs can occurs due to a multitude of reasons. Very common are venous insufficiency regardless of its cause, I.e., mechanical pressure, or direct venous disease.
Thinning hair last several years all around, no bald spots plus no arm or leg hair. Hair loss does not run on either side. Anemia or mineral def?
Have hair loss which derm thinks telogen effluvium, so then why is hair on my legs, eyebrows, under arms, etc. Not falling out and still growing?
Unknown: There is little or no research money for telogen effluvium. It is quite variable and often is patchy on the scalp. In severe cases it can effect body hair, axillary hair, pubic hair, eyelash and eyebrow hair. No-one knows how to explain the differences. Does the Dr speculate about the reason for your case? You left out all the interesting details.
Age, vein, artery, diab: As we age leg hair seems to become more sparse with thinner shafts. This may be accelerated by diseases that affect the large & small arteries & veins of the legs where either less blood flows in or the outflow of blood is too slow due to small valve leakage. Diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, venous stasis, heart valve problems, & skin diseases such as scleroderma may be involved.See 2 more doctor answers
Can prolonged swelling swelling of the leg unrelated to vascular issues cause hair loss in said leg?
In short yes: Chronic edema or otherwise noted swelling of the leg / lower extremity can be associated with what's known as stasis dermatitis. In which the skin becomes very tight and thin. Which results in micro tears, with chronic inflammation and metaplasia or changing of the cells, Which would theoretically result in hair loss.
HAIR loss: Ocurring in the legs can be caused by dry skin, too much pressure on the area or other alopecia problem.
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