Hair loss and acne
When I was 19 years old I used to scratch my head and pull out something attached to hair follicle during my studies, it repeated till the age of 21. At 21, my hairs became dry and dandruff arose. Since I was in midst of my studies I ignored them. But reaching age 22, I got my hair thin and showed little patch in the upper mid section of head, during which I was in vacation and used to masturbate twice a day for nearly two months. I practice very good food intake non-veg twice a week. But at the age of 23 I bald my head for the 1st time since my puberty and disappointed that my hair grew very slow and didn't reach the previous status. Having led to deep corners on either sides and patches on few sides my hair has become thin and skin had turned bit dark too. I see my scars thickening. I sleep late at night and use laptop since I am in higher degree now. I've decided to go to treatment but expect an expert to conclude my problem and give the reason beyond it. Please advice me.
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Hi greetings. Thank you for a detailed history. Yet i would say certain critical points are missing in your history. Firstly, is there and family history of balding in the male members - your dad/your elder brother/maternal uncles ? also good food and non veg may not necessarily mean nutritious. You may be having androgenetic alopecia nd this needs to be dealt with after due eamination by a qualified dermatologist and use of hair care medicines/ procedures to stop hair loss and promote hair growth. Your skin needs to be examined to comment on cause of pigmentation. Kindly send in your queries / photos of lesions/answers on private follow up messaging . Warm Regards Dr Govind Suresh Mittal, Bengaluru.
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