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 Red, Dry, itchy spots all over body?
They range from my back, to my stomach, down my legs. Any clues - its not ringworm or eczema. Anyone? Email me and I'll send you a picture. Thanks!!...


 What is the best cure for gout?
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 Are there certain foods that make you break out and certain foods that prevent it?
I heard like...sugar and oily foods make you break out but I'm not sure if it's true, and stuff like green tea and carrots helps with clear skin......


 My girlfriend has been breaking out in welt type,looking bumps all over her body...What might cause this???
It is like when she sctaches her skin they form afterwards in the shape of the scratch from her nails...They not realy discolored,just light pink looking.They itch.They come on and go away when ...


 White people, when you get sun burn, does it actually hurt? I'm black so I dont have that problem?
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 I got a MAJOR sunburn... Help, PLEASE!?
i was camping this weekend and was in the ater all day one day and i thought i put enough sunscreen on, but i guess not because i got BADLY burnt on my legs, back, shoulders, nose, arms, and the top ...


 Will having my stitches removed be painful?
I had surgery two days ago to have a birthmark under my eye removed. I go back next week to have the stitches removed and I was wanting to know if it'll be painful. Also will I be able to put ...


 How do you get rid of Dandruff?
pleeeeease help?...


 Acne Problem??
I don't have severe acne but I want to get rid of it.
What are some products that you recommend?

By The Way- I've used Proactiv. Solution and I had a reaction to ...


 What is the best skin treatment for acne?
I need a remedy that works! Anyone know of any products that have actually shown a remarkable difference?...


 I wash my hair everyday and i still have dandruff?
im 16 years old and i started have dandruff this year. i wash my hair everyday. i heard that if you wash it everyday its not good for you. but if i dont wash it everyday i smell bad. im a boy. i ...


 Does a lymph node grows under the skin or on top the skin ?
Can it be seen and what clour can it be?...


 What would cause 6 year old child's hands to peel?
six year old's hands just recently started peeling. From fingers down to palms. No pain, no bright red new skin. Was sick about two weeks ago with what appeared to be the flu. Recovered ok. ...


 My girlfriend has really bad echzema on different parts of her body is there anything i can do to help her ?
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 Can someone help, i have been bady sunbuned on the shoulders, chest, back and legs.. what do i do?
should i see a dr. what do i do... i coming up with biseters......


 I have an itchy, flaky scalp - what product is best to relieve me?
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 10 points for you YEAH YOU?
i have extreeeeeeeeemely dry skin
i am so self conscious because i got made fun of in school b/c my hands look all grandma like they are soooo dry my knuckles crack my hands crack it'...


 Is there a non-surgical / non chemical way to remove skin tabs?
Does anyone have a "natural" cure for these skin tabs,...


 Breaking out (acne)?
So i was the unblessed one in my family and have had acne. Not bad but i always hated it, so i had my mom take me to a dermatologist. I've been on the same face wash and cream for about 2 ...


 How do i make my acne go away?
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MandyT
What could be causing these spots on my head?
I have been noticing scabs on my scalp for the last few months. They aren't large, about the size of the head of a straightpin, and I only occasionally notice them when I'm running my fingers through my hair. By the time I notice them, they usually come right off. My scalp can be itchy sometimes, but I don't scratch it hard enough to cause scabbing. I use moisturizing shampoes to help the dryness on my scalp. Any suggestions as to what may be causing this?
                     




Jessie P
My friend has this problem and it's because she's allergic to shampoos. What she has to do is switch out shampoos about every 3-4 washings. She keeps about 10 different kinds of shampoo on hand and switches them out about twice a week. If she forgets, her scalp breaks out and scabs over.


lol
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do you scratch frequently


da_hammerhead
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Psoriasis. Not serious. There is a creme to get rid of them but you have to get a script to get it. Your call.


Mother Bear
These could be from ingrown hairs that break off and cause small pustules to form, which then turn to scabs. Do you wear hats or headbands that might be pulling your hair out and leaving ingrown hairs? It could also be from insect bites or a rash from an allergy caused by your shampoo. if it continues or worsens, go to a dermatologist and get a real diagnosis.


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You should see a dermatologist by all means. Only a doc can determine if you are suffering from a disease or just a cosmetic problem.


christigmc
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It's probably from your scratching. You probably are scrathing really hard but just don't notice it.


Mephisto
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Try a shampoo called T Gel.


Jaggs
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Could be psoriasis. Start like small scab, grow and some time its like dandruff only......lots of dry scale. Mostly psoriasis is confused with dandruff. See your dermatologist or you can try homeopathy medicine as well.


Ryan
how often do you wash your hair? wash once a day


WWW
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I'm kidding, but it could be chicken pox! I had a chicken pox on my head once, and I scratched it till it bled. I can still tell (6 years later) where it was!

I realize I didn't really help you, but I just wanted to say that.


TM
I had some aliens implant devices in my head, maybe you should look into that too.


Curtito
Mine does the same thing...its just dry scalp as far as i know...


cspiker4
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You have head lice YUK! go to the drug store and get lice shampoo.............. dont forget to delice every where you sit or lay also


zeus_daughter2
lice


zkutz1
you should go to your doctor or a doctor


Coo coo achoo
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You might have dry scalp with a dandruff problem. Try a dandruff shampoo---but don't go for the expensive stuff. I use store brand and it works ever bit as good.


bydand2000
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My wife has had something similar before and she went to the Dr. and he said it was a form of acne that was brought on by stress. I believe she got a second opinion and they cofirmed it.

Sounds odd to me, but I am no Dr.

What you described does sound sorta similar.

Good Luck


tooba ash
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ur ether getting old or u don't wash ur hair good anough


Cyn
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Is it possible that you've picked up fleas or lice? Although pet fleas prefer to stay on pets, owners sometimes get fleas from their pets.

And, contrary to popular belief, lice actually PREFER people who have scrupulously clean hair.

In either case, if what you described were happening to me, my first guess would be that I'm being bitten by insects.


Stacy
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is it a dark scab... if not it's probably just a clogged sebaceous gland, kinda like dried up oil around a hair follicle... use sea breeze or an Astringent everyday and it should help either way.


supadoopa!
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I get this problem too! I generally just try a few different shampoos until I find one that helps. At the moment I am using Tresemme Vitamin E Moisturising Shampoo which is good on my scalp and my hair. I have tried all the medicated stuff like Vosene and others but they made it worse!!

Sorry I'm not much help! I will watch the other answers and see if they can help me too!!


Nelle
I think you have dandruff....
You need to use those anti-dandruff shampoos.
Dandruff- is that oil from your scalp and dirt accumulates.

Here are some of the causes:

dry Skin- dry Skin is the most common cause of itchy, flaking skin. Flakes from dry Skin are usually smaller and less oily than those caused by dandruff.

Seborrheic dermatitis- Seborrheic dermatitis is a frequent cause of dandruff. Dandruff caused by seborrheic dermatitis is characterized by red, greasy skin covered with flaky white or yellow scales.

Psoriasis- Psoriasis causes an accumulation of dead skin cells that form thick silvery scales. It can occur on your scalp, forehead, neck, arms. knees, elbows, trunk, and neck.

Contact dermatitis- Sometimes sensitivities to certain hair-care products or hair dyes can cause a red, itchy, scaling scalp.


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