Causes Of Scalp Lead After A Fever?
Name: Sri Mulyati u003cbr / u003e / uUs: 25 th of u003cbr / u003e Domicile: Cikarang, Bekasi u003cbr / u003e u003cbr / u003e dated 6 March yesterday I had a high fever, but on March 7 the fever had gone down, on the 8th already getting better, just having a headache and coughing flu … on Sunday the 8th I didn’t dare to wash my hair because my head was still wandering and the fever still felt a little … and I showered only my body and face … scalp on pain and bruntusan so, what are the symptoms and are dangerous or not? u003cbr / u003How to handle it like what? u003cbr / u003e Please help, thanks
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I understand your concern, before it is not that easy to find out the cause of your pregnancy without direct examination, but there are a number of possible causes that you experience include:
folliculitis (pimples on the head): occurs when the pores or hair follicles are blocked and inflamed due to infection. usually appear in the form of small red bumps, some bumps containing pus and have yellow or white dots in the middle. itching also often accompanies the appearance of pimples on the head. prickly heat: caused by clogging of sweat glands on the skin.Generally, this condition occurs when the temperature is hot and humid conditions. seberoik dermatitis: inflammation of the scalp allergic reactions and irritation of certain materials such as sahmop used one of which is so many possible causes, you should consult a dermatologist about this to ascertain the cause, if a mild complaint usually does not need special handling, but if your symptoms are very disturbing my advice you immediately consult a doctor to conduct a direct examination so that the doctor can provide treatment according to the cause
There are several things you can do at home:
avoid scratching and breaking the brunt because it will irritate washing your hair and scalp twice a day with warm water and an antibacterial shampoo or soap. compress the scalp with warm salt water. Wipe the scalp with warm water mixed with a teaspoon of salt before shampooing. In addition to warm salt water, you can also try using white vinegar. It is recommended to avoid using hair products such aswax, shampoo, pomade, hair oil, and hairspray which can clog pores of the scalp (comedogenic). Thus the info we can provide hopefully can help you