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Female Hair Loss. My hair was thick and now it has thinned out so much I have bald spots. I’m only 24!?

April 16th, 2014

Growing up my hair was so thick when I braided it, it was the size of my fist. Now, within the past year, it has thinned out so much a braid is only the width of my pinky. Does anyone know what could be causing this to happen? Or what I can do to reverse it? I have been using Mane-and-Tail shampoo and taking Vitamin B supplements but it has been getting worse. When I put my hair in a ponytail I actually can see bald spots. Please help me.

I’m a 24 year old female.
Full Time Student (no health insurance)
Well balanced diet (I cheat only once a week)
Diagnosed with Chronic Migraines.
Currently taking Tri-Sprintec(birth control)
Fioricet and Sumatriptan(for migranes)
No history of hair thinning in my family(not even the men!)

Please help me.

Chosen Answer:

Have you ever been checked for Celiac disease or sprue, as it’s sometimes called? In some cases, like my sister’s, migraines can be a symptom. In my case (I have it), hair loss can be a symptom that you won’t see for a number of years. I had an identical problem. My hair was extremely thick, and I have lost 3/4 of it.

What can happen is that Celiac disease can cause malnutrition because the villi in the large intestine swell and become inflamed due to the immune system attacking the amino acid in wheat and barley called gluten. When the villi swell, they have difficulty absorbing nutrients like the B vitamins and zinc. Supplements usually don’t help because they are usually absorbed in the large intestine, but when the large intestine is compromised, the supplements become useless.

You said you don’t have insurance. The easiest way is to log onto www.celiac.org and www.celiac.com and check out the no-no list of gluten items. Go %100 gluten free for three months (no cheats or it won’t work). Carefully make a log of how you feel, how you’re sleeping, if your hair loss slows or stops, and (I know this sounds really gross) your poo – how many times, color, smell, consistency. Since Celiac causes problems in the large intestine, this can be a wonderful indicator. After three months, eat some bread. Log any changes in that list.

the only %100 sure fire answer is an endoscopy and biopsy of your large intestine. The experiment I gave you is at best a guess, and won’t hold a lot of weight with most doctors. However, when you are able to see a doctor for this, that log will be invaluable.

I know what this is like because I am 22 and went through this for 20 years before a doctor decided to test for it.

Good luck!
by: Kimberly
on: 18th September 09

Why have I never fainted in a migraine attack?

April 15th, 2014

I have had migraine attacks where I lose my mind literally. I have no sense & can’t understand a thing. My blood pressure drops so bad & the pain is at its highest best. I sweat like crazy, etc. I puke everything out (happens rarely)

But never ever have I fainted in these 5-6 years. I see many others fainting every now & then when they get a sinus or migraine attack. What is the reason of my no fainting thing ?

Chosen Answer:

I have never known anyone faint whilst having a migraine attack. I have never fainted with a migraine attack and I have had migraine for over 30 years…………..
by: Suzanne
on: 12th August 12

If I have migraines, can I eat chocolate?

April 14th, 2014

I have read that chocolate can trigger migraines, but unsure.

Chosen Answer:

Chocolate can certainly trigger off migraines in some people or aggravate migraines but perhaps you are not one of those unfortunate people, so perhaps you could experiment to find out.
by: Susan Yarrawonga
on: 19th September 10

what time of medicines are used for migraines?

April 13th, 2014

is cyproheptad used for migraines

Chosen Answer:

Cyproheptad is an antihistamine for allergies. It’s sometimes used for migraines, yes, because migraines are usually vascular headaches and antihistamines can help that for some people. Aspirin is also commonly used, it’s a blood thinner so again can help vascular headaches better than some other headaches

Cardiovascular drugs, antidepressants, anticonvulsants and even botox are used for people with severe and frequent migraines as a preventive

Some people also find acupuncture really helps. There are also herbs that help vascular issues and migraines and things in your diet/lifestyle can make migraines worse.
by: J
on: 5th July 13

Migraine aura or brain related problem?

April 12th, 2014

The other day I was using the bathroom and I noticed a small rainbow colored dot in my peripheral vision. It was pretty small but it looked like a small clump of pixels rapidly changing color (white, black, red, blue, green, any color really). I do get migraines but for the last 6 months not as often and sometimes not as painful when I was a kid. I also have a palinopsia, could I be developing ocular migraines without headache? I want to ask my doc but I’m too lazy…
Princeidoc, I am 100% sure that I have Palinopsia but I have not talked to any doctors about this. I see hundreds of little transparent dots, afterimages for me can last anywhere from seconds to minutes and I form negative afterimages pretty fast.
I might add that the afterimages are rainbow colored :D

Chosen Answer:

You can get an ophthalmic migraine with or without the headache.
by: Dr. Bill
on: 18th April 11

What’s the best treatment for migraine?

April 11th, 2014

I’ve had recurrent migraines for over 20 years now and have tried almost everything I know there is. Can anyone give me a safe long term solution for preventing migraines?

Chosen Answer:

I feel your pain. I have migraines very often, twice every two weeks. Family is prone to them. :( I’ve tried them all. Chocolate, coffee, caffeine, more sleep, dark rooms, etc. Medicine wise, I usually stick to excedrin migraine, or goody powder. Have you seen a doctor?
by:
on: 28th March 10

What can I take for tension headaches?

April 10th, 2014

I have seen my family doctor and also talked to my OB about my tension headaches. I have been put on lose dose 10mg of anti anxiety medication because I know stress from my job adds to my headaches. I also have bad headaches during my period week and have tried different birth control pills, maxalt (which isn’t good to mix with anti-anxiety meds) and just recently was given Fioricet which I have read can he habit forming. I am tired of having headaches. I have more days a month with headaches then I have without. I also got fitted for a night guard at the dentist this week for my clenching. Any suggestions??

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on: 1st January 70

Is this John McCain’s full list of Medications or is he taking others?

April 10th, 2014

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Chosen Answer:

mccain rocks, i sure hope he wins over obama.. everyone who likes him should vote for him on this page (and get a free gift card!!).
by: Walker B
on: 9th October 08

what is the best medecine in migraine in the phlippines?

April 9th, 2014

i will not sleep because of migraine,,,,

Chosen Answer:

The best natural way to tackle migraine is to keep a rubber bag filled
with ice cubes over your head and a tub full of warm water soak your
feet. After 10 minutes of exposure to this treatment you should find
your migraine gone. Good luck and God bless. Cheers! ;o)
by: Sudhakar B
on: 18th January 13

I have a history of Migraines. Can antibiotics like amoxicilin cause Migraines?

April 8th, 2014

I have a really bad history of Migraines. I have been on the amoxicilline and it seems lie ever sense I have been on the antibiotics im gettingone and some times two a day. Im taking them for a urinary infection. Does anyone have any Idea or addvise?

Chosen Answer:

or maybe your infection triggered a migraine. I get migraines regularly and i know that if something goes awry in my body, I often experience a migraine to go along with it.
by: candykane
on: 11th July 10