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What causes pain at the hair root? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 28-Feb-2014
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Very Good Posted in: Skin Hair and Nails
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Practicing since : 2004
Answered : 1723 Questions
User:hi
Doctor:please proceed with your query
Doctor:yes
Doctor:I am here
Doctor:please proceed with your query
User:roots of my head hair have some kind of pain in them
User:once i put oil i dont get pain for 2 days
User:later again i face the same issue
User:is this some kind of allergy?
Doctor:it is possible
User:or should i get some treatment
Doctor:do you have dandruff?
User:no i dont have any dandruff
User:i dont want too loose hair for this reason
User:can u help me with it, let me know if anything can be done
Doctor:it is better to get it evaluated at the earliest
User:wat kind of evaluation?
Doctor:Get your scalp examined by a dermatologist or trichologist
Doctor:for any kind of infection or inflammation in the scalp
Doctor:Major things like seborrhea, psoriasis to be ruled out
User:i find it is coz of my body heat
User:i find it very pleasing once i put oil properly
Doctor:then continue to use oil
Doctor:preferably castor oil if you are not allergic to it
User:ohh ok
Doctor:ok
User:but is dre any specific vitamin table deficiency or something like tat?
User:*vitamin deficiency
Doctor:yes, biotin deficiency can cause this
Doctor:You can take multivitamin supplement like Becosules on a daily basis
Doctor:all right?
User:yes
Doctor:ok
User:becosules comes with some variations? or its just a specific medicine
Doctor:do you have any more queriesfor now?
Doctor:it is a capsule
User:*one specific medicine
Doctor:same name
User:ok thanks
Doctor:once daily after food
Doctor:thank you too
User:ill try tat
User:thanks
Doctor:my pleasure
Doctor:take care
Doctor:Bye for now
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