Hair Loss Due To Lupus Disease?
I am a 22 year old woman, suffering from lupus from August 2015. Having regular drug therapy and not pregnant or breastfeeding. I was from the first illness to experience hair loss. But over time, the loss was more severe than usual. Every time you comb, shampoo, even sleep. I have read that the causes of loss on HealthReplies.com from lupus are permanent. Can this loss be treated?
From the information you have conveyed, hair loss is one of the complaints that patients with lupus often experience. However, not all lupus patients experience hair loss and not all lupus patients experience disturbing hair loss complaints.
Some patients with comorbid complaints on the skin of the hair often complain of this condition. This HAl occurs due to discoid lession on the scalp of patients with lupus. And this condition can occur in the head area, eyelashes or other parts of the skin.
In patients who do not experience discoid lession, it is possible that hair growth can occur again. However, in lupus patients with discoid lesions, hair regrowth is a complicating factor.
Treatment that can be done is to control the course of lupus that is experienced, so that its progression can be controlled and it is hoped that it does not give disturbing implications, either on the patient's skin or on the hair. So, you should not try using hair growth medications without consulting the doctor who treats you.
To help control lupus and control hair loss, you can try several conditions, such as reducing stress, avoiding physical fatigue, avoiding sleeping late at night, getting enough of a healthy diet, not changing hair care and exercising according to your ability.
That is the information we can convey, also read about lupus and hair loss.