What to do if I have scalp and face pimples, itching on head, dandruff and hair loss altogether. Need solution asap?

Possible Testosteron. You may have symptoms of androgen (male hormone) excess. These may cause acne, and alopecia. Check MD for testosterone levels, if not on the pill which reduces it, and be checked for the many causes, often PCOS or an drenal source.

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What to do if I have scalp and face pimples, itching on head, dandruff and hair loss altogether. Need a solution asap?

Infection can cause. dandruff/hair loss/ acne. For instance, if you have ringworm infection hair loss and bald spots can develop. It is necessary to treat the infection with an antifungal medication. A topical or oral treatment may be required. Only then can healthy hair grow and cover the bald spots. See a Dermatologist who can evaluate your scalp and give you proper therapy. Read more...

What does it mean when your head itches and you don't have lice/dry scalp or dandruff?

Itch. Itching scalp could be due to all the causes you listed, but it also could be due to a fungal infection. The type of shampoo you use can also cause this so i recommend switching to a hypoallergenic product if you haven't already. Also stress can sometime result in somatic symptoms such as itchiness, see your doctor soon to find the cause and get relief. Read more...

Know a Shampoos with a pH 4.5-5.5? Need an organic one to clean scalp without damaging frontal thinning hair. Have some itchy scalp/dandruff&pimples

Those are tough req. Why not treat the cause, not the symptoms? With itchy scalp, dandruff, pimples & frontal thinning in a 22 YO, you need more than a shampoo to help you! Work with your doctor or integrative doctor to see how you need to balance your stressors, diet, life, microbiome gut health that would clear up your scalp in a jiffy! Get some food allergy panels done (non-RAST or IgE, but delayed sensitivity.) Read more...

Sores (red&scabby) on head/scalp from dandruff/pimples. Cant stop picking them. How do I stop so they can heal?

See Your Doctor Now. Chronic scalp sores that wax & wane suggest possible Tinea Capitis (aka ringworm); a fungal skin infection. Does NOT involve worms as name implies. Causes flaky, itchy scalp plaques in mild cases; can progress to scalp sores, blisters, hair loss. Is contagious; requires oral anti-fungal therapy. Do not pick sores, can lead to bacterial infection. See doctor now for prompt diagnosis & treatment. Read more...

Hypersensitive scalp, constant redness, dandruff, white beads on follicles, mild itch/burn, hair loss. Biopsy neg. For yeast and inflamm. Please help!

Repeat biopsy. especially if no lymphocytic cells or neutrophilic cells are seen on the biopsy. Your symptoms signify inflammation, so it should have been reflected on the pathology report. Of course, using a dandruff heavy shampoo formula may be effective too, along with stopping any chemicals that you may be using to treat your hair style. Read more...