Why is my scalp smelly with itchy orangish dandruff?

Dandruff. Todd you need to go see your Family Doctor or Pediatrician first to look at this. You may have an infection on your scalp causing this. They may refer you to a dermatologist. Either way you don't have to put up with this irritating stuff on your scalp.

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What is the best thing to do for super itchy and dandruff filled scalp?

Scalp shampoos. Head and shoulders and there are a few tar preparations for really severe cases. Another thing to try is scalp oil treatments- especially hot oil treatments... Read more...
Agree with Dr. W. Try the treatment suggested by Dr. W. If that does not improve the matter, it would be time to see a doctor, preferably a dermatologist to rule out other conditions.
Have a healthy diet, exercise 30 minutes/day, drink plenty of water, have safe sex, no tobacco alcohol weed or street drugs. For nutrition: http://www.choosemyplate.gov/.
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Why do I continue to have dandruff. My scalp is itchy and white flakes. And my head feels like I hit it and hurts but I didn't.

Depends. You may have a more significant case of seborrheic dermatitis, which could be driving the "dandruff" that you notice. Be aware, it could even be psoriasis of the scalp too!. The pain is a bit worrisome for some type of inflammation of the scalp as seborrheic dermatitis or psoriasis aren't usually painful unless and infection is complicating things. Please seek help from your doctor. Good luck. Read more...

Lumps on the scalp that are very itchy also dandruff any explanation?

Itchy bumps. The most common cause is the dandruff itself. Other causes , such as lice, etc., are more uncommon. Read more...
SeborrheicDermatitis. A common skin condition that affects the scalp. Stress and fatigue often contribute to seborrheic dermatitis. Particularly stressful events and situations can actually worsen seborrheic dermatitis almost immediately. There’s no cure for this condition, it is possible to get it under control and eliminate future flare-ups. Rec. See your pcp to get the final diagnosis and management. Read more...
Dermatologist. You could have psoriasis of the scalp or other skin disorders. A dermatologist would be best to diagnose and treat the condition. Read more...