Powder like flakes found in scalph and it is found only in scalph. Even after a head wash with ketasol shampoo some are left in the scalph. Head bath gives remedy for a day or two and after this flakes of are found to come not a like powder but little bit of appreciable size like patch.
Have taken oral medication it disappears and comes again within 2 weeks if medication is stopped .
Hair loss also occurs and that hair loss scalph portion sometimes becomes dark for some days
Can anyone wats the problem underlying and tell the remedy
Whether homeopathy can give life time remedy
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Hello there, Yes. Homeopathy has remedy for your issues. Well, flakes in scalp is mostly due to pollution, wearing helmets other allergies etc. As long as these stimulating factors are present, flakes will be present. Hence, 'lifetime' may not be defined end-to-end. - Dr. Prajakta Kannao, Hyderabad
Since diagnosis and medication are not provided by you, pl provide the same. pl provide details if any scalp test been done at qualified dermatologist. Also, have u taken homeopathy earlier. - Dr. Prajakta Kannao, Hyderabad
If wearing helmet regularly, put cotton cloth on head before wearing helmet. - Dr. Prajakta Kannao, Hyderabad
Well it would have been better if you had also sent me the pictures...I would suggest you to consult a dermatologist as we need to see the flakes you are talking about..it might not be dandruff too..it might be simple seborrheic dermatitis...thank you
Yes, There are very good Homoeopathic treatment available for your problem.
Psoriasis is stressed induced disease,
You can give your detail history about your symptoms totality and you will have definitely good results within short time.
Consult Homoeopathic physician near by you or contact me
Wish you speedy recovery.
live stress free life.
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