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Hair Patch at back of Head
Hair Patch at the back of my Head...in that area there is no hair..its not too big but a tiny patch like i am bald from there...
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It could be a condition called alopecia areata, a photograph of the area can make it easy to diagnose. It usually happens due to reduced immunity/ auto immunity in which the hair follicles are attacked by the body it self leading to loss of patchy hair. You may require a local triamcinolone injection and application of few lotions to improve the area. I would recommend you to see a nearby Skin Specialist/ Medical Cosmetologist doctor, who would be able to help you out.
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