Scalp Aches And Pain When Pressed?

at noon, I want to ask. why is my scalp very sore and hurts when pressed and the pain goes away if it is no longer pressed, but it doesn’t cause dizziness either and my hair falls out very much every day and makes my hair thinner.

1 Answer:

Hello Deans


The emergence of headaches involves many factors, broadly speaking the headaches themselves are divided into 2. The first is primary headaches, namely headaches that occur not because of a medical problem/other disease, which are included in this category are tension-type headaches, migraines, and cluster headaches.


While the second type is headaches caused by other medical problems, for example headaches that arise due to fever, stress, lack of sleep, anemia, high blood pressure, and many others.


Hair loss can also be caused by various factors ranging from hormonal imbalance, lack of good nutrition, stress, diabetes, thyroid to diseases of the scalp caused by bacteria or fungi.


To determine a medical condition, doctors need to carry out an assessment consisting of medical interviews and examinations. From the information obtained, the doctor will plan a treatment or treatment that can help your current condition. That's why Dean is expected to see a doctor directly.


Some suggestions for Dean to reduce headaches and hair loss are:

Get enough rest and sleep
Manage mind stress appropriately
Consume a balanced nutritious diet
Using shampoo products for hair loss
You can just take paracetamol to relieve the symptoms of headaches that arise
Use a wide-toothed comb, and do it slowly when combing


May be useful


dr. Arnold

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