Red Spots On The Head?

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, on the back of the head how many spots “red. Why is that?

1 Answer:

Thank you, Kevin, for asking at HealthReplies.com.

I will try to help answer.

Complaints appearing red spots on the head accompanied by hair loss can be caused by:

  Folliculitis: is inflammation of the hair follicle, which is characterized by the appearance of reddish spots, itching, burning, hair loss pus-filled fluid or a yellowish-colored liquid, when it comes to parts of the hair, the hair can fall out. Generally the resulting symptoms are caused by infections from bacteria, dry scalp, changing shampoos. To better know the symptoms caused by what disease. We recommend that you consult a dermatologist. Later the doctor will conduct a physical examination related to complaints that arise, see the symptoms caused, daily hygiene history, or if needed additional investigations will be carried out.

Some things you can do at home are avoid scratching the itchy part because it will aggravate the wound condition, avoid the head from damp, do not use towels at the same time, keep clean especially on the head.

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