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I am getting pimples on my forehead which I have never gotten. These pimples are red but they do not pain.
I have a heavy head ache for past 5 days. If it continues then I would be lost my hope. So please help to recover from that.
I have hair loss started at the age 18 and I have grey hair started. What measures should I take now to prevent?
Hi, I have small pimples on forehead. And dandruff problem how to clear small pimples and dandruff please.
My neck is so darkened. Pigmentation problem it seems. What's the treatment for this eradicate completely?
Sir I have scabies last 10 days and I went to hospital they gave me a lotion and I applied it. After applying that scabies has gone. But now I m getting itching again what I should do sir.
I am having scabies and I have been doing permethrin treatment. How long it will take me to completely get rid of scabies. How can I remove scabies from my scalp. Can permethrin cream could be applied every 2 days.
Last year, I was medicated for acne problem. Doctors said it's a severe acne problem due to which am getting scars on my face n I was given some creams n gel. Again the problem has started. Pls advice me what should I do. I have undergone several medications but as soon as I stop having medicines, again I have pimples. Is there any permanent solution to get rid of pimples and its scar marks.
Male-pattern baldness is the most common type of hair loss, affecting around half of all men by 50 years of age. It usually starts around the late twenties or early thirties and most men have some degree of hair loss by their late thirties?
I'm getting like rashes on my neck but doesn't get itch. So what's the solution, exactly I don't know what is that. If it's possible then I can send you pictures of that.
I am a College going student and I drive a two wheeler. The pollution and sun has made my previously clear skin to be a bit pigmented and quite tanned. I also get some pimple in my T zone, if I don't carefully cover it up. Also, I have thick wavy hair, which get unmanageable and dry very soon, even though I do not use any heat on them. Any recommendations regarding my skin and hair will be highly appreciated.
I am 25 year old and unmarried. I have facing acne or pimple problem from long time. Could you please suggest on this.
A head louse is an insect that lives on the human scalp and feeds on human blood. The female louse lays eggs in the head and makes sure the eggs are attached to the hair shaft. It takes around eight days for the egg to hatch. The louse takes another 11 days to mature into an adult louse.
The primary cause of head louse is poor personal hygiene. Other causes due to which a person can be infected by lice are:
- Using combs and towels that are infested.
- Coming in contact with another person who has this condition.
- Sharing the bed with a person who is affected by lice.
When a person is affected by this condition then the following symptoms are observed:
- The saliva of the lice causes an allergic reaction in the scalp which leads to constant itching. It can occur in various places such as ears, scalp and the neck. It may not occur initially, but it tends to occur after a few weeks.
- Constant scratching can lead to formation of small red bumps on the skin. A bacterial infection usually occurs from constant itching.
- It may lead to symptoms of dandruff in the scalp.
- Presence of various insects in the scalp.
Prevention of Lice:
Lice can be prevented by using medicated shampoos and conditioners to wash the hair. The shampoos are usually based on a chemical called pyrethrin. This compound is toxic for lice and helps in getting rid of it.
You can also opt for the following lifestyle changes to prevent lice:
- You should avoid sharing your hairbrush with others.
- In case you have long hair, tie it in buns or ponytails.
- Add tea tree oil to your shampoo before using it.
- Keep the scalp clean to prevent infestations.
- Avoid sharing pillows and clothes.