Steroid shots in scalp for hair.loss

The first day my rash appeared I saw my dermatologist who diagnosed shingles and gave me an anti-viral medicine. The rash went through the typical stages of blisters, scabs, and eventally fading in color. But , as many here have described, the pain was unbearable on my left shoulder blade, left underarm, left breast. I went on a low dose of gabapentin and nortriptyline, which I'm still on (it's about 6 weeks since my rash first appeared). Three weeks ago, my dermatologist gave me steroid shots in the spots where I told him it hurt. He numbed the skin first and his assistant also blew very cold air onto the spot while he gave me the shot. The pain of the shot wasn't too bad, really, even in my armpit. He gave me many shots. It took at least a week to 10 days to feel a reducton of pain in those spots. I returned to him a week ago for more shots in the spots that still hurt. I felt relief more quickly this time, but he also gave me lots more shots than the first time. I have another appt. with him next week. These shots have been a godsend, as I wasn't able to wear a shirt or bra for weeks due to the pain. I'm almost back to normal now. I wouldn't call it pain anymore. It's now just a feeling of minor irritation where it used to hurt like heck. I don't know why I can't find any information on the internet about these steroid shots for shingles pain. I want everyone to know about them. I also went to my family doctor once about the shingles. She prescribed the gabapentin and anti-depressant. When I asked my dermatologist why she hadn't mentioned the steroid shots, he said that she wouldn't have been trained in that. I highly recommend the steroid shots. I believe my dermatologist told me that there is also a bit of lidocaine in those shots, but I'm not sure I'm right about that.

OH MY GOD!! Finally an explanation. I thought I was going crazy! I was up all night because of the pain in my scalp. I don’t suffer from hair loss but it seems every time I wear my ponytail too tight I suffer the next day. Actually, I try to be very mindful of how tight/loose the ponytail is but still, there are times when I guess it’s not enough. The pain is excruciating. The pillow hurts, touching my head hurts etc.. It usually subsides wthin a day or two. “ponytail syndrome” makes sense to me. Also, I’m 39 and have been suffering with depression and anxiety since I was a teen. Stress/anxiety seems to affect my physical well being also. I suffer from IBS. I have low thryroid (hashimoto’s thyroidosis type) and Epilepsy. The more stress I have the worse my syptoms. The list of physical symptoms goes on.. The moral of the story is I guess my current stress level is also affecting the level of pain I experience in my scalp. It seems to be precipitated by the ponytail.

ok, so im in germany for the next 3 yrs due to my husbands job and i went to see my dermy about my hair falling out and he ran a root test on my hair and now is telling me i have male patteren baldness which is i guess the same as female baldness? he told me to start using rogaine for women. can anyone tell me if i can use rogaine for men, its cheaper! at this point my hair is just falling out near my temples so i wanted to ask my dr if spiro will help along with the rogaine. now about that shampoo, where do i find that at in germany!!!!!!

I colored my hair today and had a terrible reaction. When I was in highschool I would color my hair and nothing would happen. I colored my hair about 7 years ago and had a terrible reaction ) eyes closed, head swole up terribly), then about 5 months ago I colored my hair at home and had an even worse reaction. I didn;t think it was the dye and I tried again at the salon. Needless to say I an suffereing from weeping swelling and soine itching. Honestly it’s not as bad as the first or second time. I wiped my scalp with peroxide and have been using olive oil to keep it from getting too stiff. I WILL NEVER try it again. I just pray I make it through this one. It really isn;t worth it.

Steroid shots in scalp for hair.loss

steroid shots in scalp for hair.loss

I colored my hair today and had a terrible reaction. When I was in highschool I would color my hair and nothing would happen. I colored my hair about 7 years ago and had a terrible reaction ) eyes closed, head swole up terribly), then about 5 months ago I colored my hair at home and had an even worse reaction. I didn;t think it was the dye and I tried again at the salon. Needless to say I an suffereing from weeping swelling and soine itching. Honestly it’s not as bad as the first or second time. I wiped my scalp with peroxide and have been using olive oil to keep it from getting too stiff. I WILL NEVER try it again. I just pray I make it through this one. It really isn;t worth it.

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