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Scalp psoriasis

Need suggestions. Here's what I'm experiencing:
1) Large dry flakes and itching, near temples, along front hairline and crown of scalp. Have experience some hair loss/thinning around temples.
2) 1st noticed about 6 months ago. No problems before.
3) Had a bad perm that burned my scalp about 3 months ago.
4) Have stopped using regular shampoos; now using a sulfate free shampoo.
  gigimac on 2012-08-24
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Please give additional information:
- your sex (male/female)
- age
- any other medication you are taking, esp if you have started in the last 6 months
- details of any other disease you may have.

Reva V
Reva V last decade
Female, 51 years.
No medications taken. Taking a multi vitamin (B,C,D.
No known diseases.

gigimac last decade
Please take Phytolacca 30, four pellets, once in the morning, for the next 2 weeks and write back.

If you find a new changes in your body (whether in the hair or any where in the body) after this, please report back prompty, after stopping the medicine.

The medicine should be taken preferably on empty stomach. no water should be taken along with the medicine. No food or water to be taken for 30 minutes both before and after the medicine.

Reva V
Reva V last decade

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