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How many have a sensitive scalp?


#1

Sensitive scalp is the one that reacts by redness and/or subjective symptoms (pricking, burning, pain, pruritus etc.) to stimuli that are not pathogens in themselves (e.g. wind, heat, cold, water, cosmetics, stress).

Hair loss is significantly associated with skin sensitivity.
How many of you feel that you have a sensitive scalp?


#2

When I am actively losing hair my scalp is itchy and sensitive in the loss areas. About 2-3 days into taking Hangins regimen the itching stops…particularly if im on beta-sit which seems to be key in my case for stopping whatever reaction is promoting itching and loss.

» Sensitive scalp is the one that reacts by redness and/or subjective
» symptoms (pricking, burning, pain, pruritus etc.) to stimuli that are not
» pathogens in themselves (e.g. wind, heat, cold, water, cosmetics, stress).
»
»
» Hair loss is significantly associated with skin sensitivity.
» How many of you feel that you have a sensitive scalp?


#3

MPB is the immune system attacking your follicles. The process hurts.


#4

» Hair loss is significantly associated with skin sensitivity.
» How many of you feel that you have a sensitive scalp?

I had/have a very sensitive scalp, even combing my hair used to hurt. Since, I never took propecia because I was scared of the sides. I’ve balded very aggressively. I’d highly recommend anti-inflammatories to people who are balding!


#5

i also have sensitive scalp. and thats why i stopped using rogaine cause it made things worst.
and its true, in the active shedding phases the scalp starts hurting more and it never happens on the donor part areas , only on the potentially to shed part.
question for u guys:
do uknow if this sensitivity affects hair loss? and what can i take to stop it?