Hair Loss Is Accompanied By Headaches From The Left Back To The Spine?
Morning. I want to ask. My head often hurts on the left side of the back. Plus my hair loss is very, very severe. Until I was reluctant to comb. I often experience pain / pain suddenly in my spine. Sometimes the tips of my fingers feel like pins and needles. But only at the tip of the finger. My vision will be blurred / even totally dark when I try to stand up from a fairly long sitting position. I often feel pain in the right rib cage. I don’t know what organ is there. R nMy mother has DM type 2. My sister is anemic. R nWhat are the things I experienced are characteristic of one or I just need a certain nutrient intake ?? Explanation please
The cause of hair loss can be caused by several things including:
Thyroid hormone disorders. Hypothyroidism due to reduced production of thyroid hormone. Thyroid hormones function in the regulation of the body's metabolism. Hypothyroidism is characterized by symptoms of weight gain without cause, constipation, difficulty concentrating, depression, brittle hair and nails, etc. In hyperthyroid conditions, excessive production of thyroid hormones, symptoms of hair loss can also occur due to rapid metabolic processes. Iron deficiency anemia. As a result of iron intake that is lacking in eating the formation of hemoglobin to bind oxygen in red blood cells and deliver it throughout the body will be reduced. Symptoms of deficiency anemia include weakness, pale appearance, headaches, cold hands, difficulty concentrating, hair loss, shortness of breath, palpitations, and so on. Hereditary / hereditary. Usually when parents experience baldness / hair loss from a young age then the child can experience the same thing. In women usually begins with thinning in the bangs and hairline on the forehead that is getting back. Nutrient deficiencies such as zinc, biotin, etc. Hormonal disorders Disorders of the scalp, for example due to fungal infections Autoimmune diseases such as systemic lupus erythematosus Use of drugs such as chemotherapy and so on Other complaints such as blurred vision when changing position can be caused by hypotension orthostatic. Tingling pain in the back can be caused by many things. It is difficult to determine whether all your complaints are related or not. We recommend that you check yourself directly to the doctor for a physical examination and also a further supporting examination (blood laboratory, etc.)
You are indeed at higher risk for suffering from diabetes mellitus. We recommend that you check your blood sugar levels to find out if you also have diabetes. Diabetes mellitus is also characterized by high blood sugar levels, usually accompanied by classic symptoms such as frequent urination (polyuria), always feeling thirsty even though drinking lots (polydipsia), always feeling hungry (polyphagia), in addition there are other symptoms such as wounds that are difficulty recovering, itching in the genitals, weight loss, tingling sensation at the tips of the fingers, heartburn, etc.
Try to meet your nutritional needs by consuming foods with balanced nutrition. The addition of supplements with iron content can be done if proven to be anemic due to iron deficiency. Manage stress well. Use a shampoo that is suitable and non-irritating to the scalp. Get enough rest and drink at least 8 glasses of water per day.
Thus the explanation from me, may be useful.