Does The Wound On The Head Grow Hair?
Want to ask if the injury due to allergies in the head can be overgrown with hair
Hello Fathurrahman, thank you for asking.
Allergic skin reactions generally occur as red spots, or red bumps, accompanied by itching. Sometimes there are allergic reactions in the form of small spots or blisters, redness, and itching. When the blisters break due to scratching, a scab (a dry layer of wound covering) will occur. Often also, the wound becomes an infection due to skin or nail hygiene that is not optimal. When the wound heals, scarring can occur. On the scalp, sometimes a deep wound will cause damage to the hair follicles. When hair follicles are damaged and die, the hair in the scar area cannot grow back.
Consult this with a dermatologist. The doctor will examine and assess what you mean by an allergy injury. The doctor will assess whether there is a true allergy, or there may be other skin disorders, such as psoriasis, seborrheic dermatitis, contact dermatitis, or tinea capitis. Afterwards the doctor can make an assessment of the extent of damage caused by injuries. The therapy and the action certainly depend on the results of the doctor's examination.
Thus my brief explanation, hopefully you are helped. Regards.