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Doctor insights on: Why Do I Have Dime Size Round Hair Less Spot On My Chen That Just Recently Came

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Why do I have dime size round hair less spot on my chen that just recently came..?

Why do I have dime size round hair less spot on my chen that just recently came..?

Bald spot: This is probably alopecia areata, which usually shows up as round patches of hair loss. The cause is unknown, but may be due to an autoimmune reaction, where the body attacks it's own cells- in this case hair follicles. For additional information see http://www.Ncbi.Nlm.Nih.Gov/pubmedhealth/pmh000242, and your dermatologist. ...Read more

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Willl pulling back ur hair oftenly cause 2 round bold spot on ur scalps?

Willl pulling back ur hair oftenly cause 2 round bold spot on ur scalps?

Probably not: The first thing you're asking about it tension alopecia. The second sounds most like alopecia areata. They are two totally different things. You may want to visit your doctor for treatment options. Hope this helps! ...Read more

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I noticed a spot on the back of the head of my 14 years old son without hair round about 1 CM should I waitfor the hair to grow back by itself ?

No, check it out.: This may be a fungal infection, such as ringworm, or a different type of scalp infection. It may also be idiopathic - a symptom with no obvious cause. In any case it should be looked at by your family doctor or a dermatologist. ...Read more

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My son has a round spot on his head and is losing his hair in that area ..that area is dry flaky .. What can I do to help him?

My son has a round spot on his head and is losing his hair in that area  ..that area is dry flaky .. What can I do to help him?

See a dermatologist: This is too important to fool around. Forget the tea tree oil and other clumsy actions. Begin with accurate definition of the problem. A dermatologist is your best choice. There are various possible diagnoses, each with a different remedy. ...Read more

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I wax bikini line - found a circular dark shadow/spot under skin. Ingrown hair? Something else? It just looks like a shadow, but can't see a hair.

I wax bikini line - found a circular dark shadow/spot under skin. Ingrown hair? Something else? It just looks like a shadow, but can't see a hair.

Needs evaluation: It is impossible to tell you if this is normal or not in a virtual setting. You must see a MD to evaluate this spot if you are concerned, preferably a GYN. ...Read more

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I Just noticed i have a bald patch spot under my chin. Quarter size. Hair isnt growing there. What is cause or why?

I Just noticed i have a bald patch spot under my chin. Quarter size. Hair isnt growing there. What is cause or why?

Hair loss : This is likely slope is areata. It is an autoimmune condition where your immune systemcatfacks the hair follicles causing temporary hair loss. It will resolve in its own but may take several months to a couple of years and may get worse before it gets better. Often stress is a cause. To help it grow back faster, see a dermatologist for topical and/or steroid injections. Try to reduce stress also. ...Read more

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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

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

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There seems 2 be a small round spot on my pubic area where hair doesn't grow.Just skin.Is that bad? Why would there be a 'bald' spot on my pubic hair?

There seems 2 be a small round spot on my pubic area where hair doesn't grow.Just skin.Is that bad? Why would there be a 'bald' spot on my pubic hair?

Alopecia Areata: Alopecia areata is an acquired skin disease that can affect all hair-bearing skin and is characterized by localized areas of non-scarring hair loss. Alopecia areata, as a rule, is rarely associated with any other external or internal medical problems. Most often these bald areas regrow their hair spontaneously. Intralesional cortisone is helpful to cure this disorder. ...Read more

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