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Started this discussion. Last reply by Christine Aug 3, 2012. 3 Replies

I have folliculitis decalvans. this is a scarring alopecia that causes the scalp to become redden and inflamed with trauma, it also scars the scalp. i shaved my head with the hopes of just being…Continue

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I have folliculitis decalvans and i dont know how to deal with it. Im 22 years old and Ive been losing my hair since I was 17.
Do you have alopecia?
Scarring alopecia
Are you age 18 or older?
Yes - I am 18 or older

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At 1:36am on May 1, 2012, Sarah said…

Hey there Blair, I have a suggestion for your scarring. It's a product called DMSO, it's a form of MSM (ppl take MSM to help their joints function, I take it). It's very potent, DMSO is a liquid, it's natural... here's a link so you can read about it. http://www.dmso.org/articles/information/muir.htm
My friend diluted it (she got it in pure liquid form) and sprayed it on my head as I have burning on my scalp... it burns a bit more, but is really good at diminishing scarring. Don't use it too much and don't us it undiluted. It's good, but strong. Just something to look into. Also Neem oil is good (also smells garlic-like) but good for the night time... massage it into your scalp for a few minutes every day, it helps scarring... it took away a red patch I had on my stomach for years in just a month or so of rubbing it in once or twice a day. So... hope these help you. I wish there was a magic wand to help us all, I'd give anything to have my scalp back to normal and normally growing hair again. Take care Blair. -Sarah

At 5:48pm on January 14, 2012, LeslieAnn Butler said…

Hello and welcome, Blair!
How are you today? Let me know if I can help.
Leslie Ann

At 10:35pm on January 11, 2012, Sarah said…

Hi Blair, I'm sorry for your pain... I feel it too as do many here. This website has proven to be a place to escape for me, to retrieve support and give it too. Nobody deserves what they've been stricken with to have landed them here. You don't deserve this, neither do I. But it has opened a new perspective of life to my eyes. I see so many women and men that I wish I could waive a magic wand to fix their hardships, this is one you can overcome! Shave it all off! I'm doing it soon too. It'll be weird, but hey... I'm tired of dealing with it, and will stress less over it I suspect. Good luck to you, we're all here for your support and information! :-) Don't get so down. -Sarah K.

 
 
 

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