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Alopecia areata, diabetes, hair loss,HELP?!?!

Hi i am a 24 yr old male.
I have had type 1 diabetes since 20.
Within the last few months i got a bald patch on the back of my head.
Dr said it was alopecia areata sent to dermatologist who shot the spot with cortozone.
This shot did nothing for me, and im still losing hair(spot getting bigger)
Im also noticing that my eyebrows are thinning out as well.

I have had dandruff, since late teens wich i normally just use (head and shoulders or tgel shampoo) to surpres it.

I think this all started over a yr ago, when a small spot on my beard became white hair
That spot became 2 spots of white hair in the beard, now my entire neck hairs are all white, and its creeping up to my sideburns
( i have facial hair but most of it in non pigmented white)

Medications i'm on is humilin N, R insulin..
Please help.
 
  danadecowski on 2006-04-26
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