Seborrheic dermatitis (Cradle cap): A common, inflammatory skin condition that causes flaky, white to yellowish scales to form on oily areas such as the scalp
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Hi ! New to the group..Have suffered massive seborrheic dermatitis since I began taking hydrocodone 10 yrs ago for spine disease pain and inflammatory osteoarthritis. It is sheer he##..I cannot even use shampoo or I literally cannot get the masses of glue type substance combed out of my hair..My whole life has altered from this ..I cant be in the heat or sun, I cant do anything to break a sweat as it makes my condition worse, so therefor I am gaining weight..I cant remember the last time I could get in and shower and wash my hair normally and come out refreshed...its torture...Anyone- please help..Drs. and Derms. have NOTHIN !!!
I was prescribed lamotrigine for bipolar disorder, additionally I am having narcolepsy. the dosage started from 150 mg per day as 50mg - 0 - 100mg & now it is increased to 400 mg per day as 200mg - 0 - 200 mg my scalp was clear before but since I stepped up on lamotrigine I am having dandruff, that too very intense. I have tried many shampoo, the > medicated one > anti dandruff shampoo > ayurvedic shampoo > lemon extract but no results, it come back in next few days. does anyone have similar experience. Please help me out
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