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Hairloss, oily scalp and t-zone

Dear Sir/Madam,

I have extremly oily scalp - when I wash the hair in the morning in the afternoon I have developed brownish dots in the frontal part of the scalp and the hair becomes thinner. The t-zone: eyebrowns, between eyes and the cheek becomes red, so I need to use sometimes sulfur cream, coconut oil or aloe vera on the areas in the face also whose give reliefs. I am 52 years, so probably has something do to with the inbalance between too high dht or testosteron or can it be cortisol due stress. I have tried Arnica montana D30 in wet dose morning and evening and sulfur D30 mid day, although I got relief - it cools down and becomes less red. No itching during the nights or no redness in the morning. The symptoms improve also during the weekends when I am not working.
 
  troja on 2014-07-08
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
In addition, is it rosacea since conventional acne treatment only get it worse. It is kind of reddish inflammation without acne.
 
troja 5 years ago

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