Psoriasis and hair lossI'm 37 y/o woman and have noticed substantial hair loss near my temples and forehead over the last 6-12 months. I have psoriasis like symptoms, dryness, flaking, itching, heat, and dandruff. I also have dry, flaking skin around my nose and on the sides of the nose near my sinuses. Any remedy suggestions?
Krista on 2004-07-15
j.n. shinghal in his book "bedside prescriber" however says - and i think of all kinds of books like this, it is a very good one:
falling off hair, due to scaly white dandruff - thuja
bald spots on the side of the head, the head sweats easily - most important remedy is graphites
you might want to take a closer look on these two remedies and compary their remedy pictures
itsme last decade
Krista last decade
I suffered from severe itchy flacky scalp and Seborrheic Dermatitis for over 3 years. I had SD on my sclap , face, cheeks chest and armpits, I hated it so much. So i guess I know what you are going through. I found that stress affected how bad the Sd flared up.
After surfing the web one day whilst I was off work I came across this site refreshedskin dot com seemingly this site is created by people who suffered from SD and Ezcema.
I downloaded the SD Clearance program that they offered and 2 days after starting it my skin was really improved. I am now totally clear thankfully. I hope this site helps you as it has helped me and I wish you best.
annie112 last decade
I've exactly the same symptoms and problems what you have. I wonder if you got some help using homeopathy medicines tried thus far. I've started to use R65 (psoriasis medicine)combination medicine since last three weeks.
vineet2000 last decade
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