hair loss / sore scalp ( to Rishimba)I have had hair loss since 14 years. I am now 33 years old. I have bald patches.
I get a hot burning sensation on the scalp sometimes, sometimes itchy prickly feeling and my scalp is always sore - feels like it is bruised and it hurts to move or brush my hair. I get the burning sensation more when i eat something spicy.
I had suffered from bulimia for years but I have overcome it since 7 years
I have gone to the GP and have done blood test several times and the GP tells me that there is nothing wrong with me and my hair loss is due to alopecia and she cant do anything for me. My life is hell. I avoid everybody
My periods are very thin and only lasts me for two to three days. I get no pain when I get my periods and I do not also get moody. I did chinese treatment and the Dr said light periods are due to poor circulation. The treatment did not help me much and I discontinued.
I have liver spots on the face . I think my GP is an idiot because she did not even know what liver spots were when I went to her and she said may be I using harsh products on my skin. when i told her that i do not use make up then she said she didn't know why i was getting these spots. I found on the internet that the brown spots on the skins are called liver spots.
My legs are usually sore at night time even though I do not do much physical work during the day
I am always very thirsty and go to the toilet too often. I have bladder control problem as well. I do not have diabetes as I had it checked.
No one in my family suffer form alopecia.
PLEASE HELP ME. MY LIFE IS HORRIBLE. I AM TOO EMBARRASED OF MY HAIR LOSS
Lost-hope on 2010-04-25
In 1996 I did not have periods for six months and I was on birth control pill for 3 months to regulate my periods. Could it be that it has caused hormonal problems? I recently had a blood test I was told that i have no problems with my hormones
Lost-hope 9 years ago
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