blackfuckingcat3 karma2019-07-11 05:23:32 UTC
I have a high forehead - why does that help? I do have very thick hair in the back. Also, I have cicatricial alopecia, and the main goal is to get inflammation down in hopes I can have a hair transplant at a later date. Any thoughts or advice? I am told it can be successful with scarring alopecia, but not necessarily with other types.
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blackfuckingcat1 karma2020-01-20 18:48:24 UTC
Can sudden-onset adulthood eczema/hair loss/general skin issues ever be caused by developing a food allergy? It’s weird to develop these problems all at once later in life, so surely there could be a more internal explanation.
blackfuckingcat1 karma2020-07-24 16:57:35 UTC
I have a severely deviated septum such that I get very little airflow through my left nostril. I can’t even get a neti pot to come out through that side. I suspect, if the covid test requires nasopharyngeal swabs of both nostrils, it will be pointless (and painful?) for them to try my left one. Do you think this is possible/likely, and would only one nostril affect my results were I to get one?
blackfuckingcat1 karma2021-02-01 20:08:08 UTC
What caused all your problems to happen? Did something trigger it or was it out of thin air? Hereditary? It seems so wild to me to be totally healthy and then all of a sudden your heart is doing crazy things permanently.
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