While joining or contributing to a discussion forum, there’re quite a few factors to note when browsing. I am sure that the focus and size of every forum are addressed as part of the brief summary under every community name that made the list. Actually the top seven aren’t in any particular order as, ultimately, what will speak to you is a personal choice. You’ll quickly get a feeling of the tone, sincerity and value of advice for your particular situation. Essentially, registration is free to all sites listed. Top 5 Threads. Mostly there’re loads of posters who share their treatment journey in great detail. It is a particularly valuable resource if you do decide to go the surgical route and are looking for recommended surgeons, or have questions about what to expect when undergoing treatment. Nonetheless, registration appears to be closed, even if you can browse entries in the forum. With all that said… Those won’t be without some subjectivity, like any ‘best of’. Normally, whatever the case, I’m quite sure I hope the ‘Top 5 Threads’ section,as well asnumber of members, threads and posts, are solid data points that can despite you can browse entries in the forum.
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Simple answer is, unfortunately. Now let me ask you something. Can lupus cause hair loss? It’s usually described as hair noticeably thinning or falling out in clumps or in patches. Certainly, it’s also possible to notice loss of hair of the eyelashes, eyebrows, beard or body. Basically, the disease can also cause gradual thinning of the hair on your scalp, a few people with lupus will lose clumps of hair. Scarring means that the hair follicles been destroyed byinflammation. Loads of us are aware that there are two main kinds of alopecia types. For instance, the medical term for hair loss is alopecia. Of course, hair loss can be the first signs or symptoms of lupus.
With that said, this often occurs at the start of the disease but can also appear together with certain medications and treatments that can be prescribed to manage more serious lupus symptoms. Approximately half of lupus patients will experience at least some sort of lupus hair loss and alopecia. Please speak to your dermatologist about top-notch options for you, if you are experiencing any concerning hair loss. Many of us know that there is often no single test that can provide a diagnosis. Nevertheless, if needed, the physician will remember features of the rash that are visible. And therefore, a skin biopsy. Hair can take up to six months to grow back but there’re things that can be done in the meantime to minimize the appearance of hair loss. It can often be covered up and is usually treatable, even when losing hair can be scary. First thing to understand is that a person with any chronic illness is just that.
Maintaining a positive but realistic attitude can really for the most part there’s a lot more to every individual than their diagnosis, symptoms and outer appearance.
Or having trouble accepting what actually is happening to your appearance, please reach out to friends and loved ones or even a mental health provider to a completely different perspective, I’d say if you arefeeling depressedor hopeless.
Whenever meaning that the disease is what you have, not what you are, lead as full of a life as possible and understand that so it is just a part of your life. Basically the disease shouldn’t become your identity. Make sure you write a comment about it. Most kinds of lupus types hair loss and alopecia are eventually reversible or can be made reversible if caught in early stages, while losing your hair can be scary.
So there’re things you can do to make living through hair loss a bit easier and take back By the way I noticed alot of the missing hair patches were growing back in. Nevertheless, yOU MUST NOT USE ANY SHAMPOO THAT DRIES YOUR HAIR OR IT WILL FALL. Thats what happen to me. Hair falling out in patches sounds so incredibly frustrating. Melissa! DLE My dermatologist says my hair won’t grow back again once treatment starts?.Is this true or just him setting my expectations? So if you receive treatment that stops your hair loss before scarring takes place, regrowth is usually possible.
Typically regrowth can’t occur as the hair follicles experience permanent damage, if your discoid lupus made scarring.
Hair loss can behave differently on everyone, and whether regrowth is possible depends on your specific situation.
Your doctor will have a better idea of whether treatment will improve them given your health and history, as for the characteristics that you mention. Notice that hi Susan, thanks for your question! It is really upsetting me not knowing what’s causing my hair loss. Hi im new to this my hair is falling out in chunks and l can seriously just pull my hair out myself. As we aren’t doctors, Know what guys, I can’t give you any medical advice.
Hair loss can be incredibly frustrating, especially with your wedding coming up ), Hi Rajni, I’m so sorry to hear that. Top-notch option is to seek out a second opinion is there another gp you can see? Hi I have had alopecia for about 27 years was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis in Am completely fatigued and in constant pain, frequent fevers and chest and lung problems, please advice as I am not getting proper feedback from my doctor. Hi Cherell, unfortunately I’m not a doctor and so can’t give you medical advice. Seek out another, if you aren’t happy with the feedback you’re getting from your current doctor. Normally, search until you find a doctor that you’re happy with and can give you better care, preferably a rheumatologist. This is the case. My partner has lupus and is suffering with alopecia.
She doesn’t really talk to me about it so I don’t know where to start researching.
It’s been a very big emotional roller coaster for her and I try and support and comfort her as much as possible but sometime it seems pointless and she just hides from the world.
Over the last couple of years she only got patches of hair loss when she had a flare up. What should I do? With that said, this time around I know it’s that severe that she has completely lost all of her hair from her entire body. Every body is unique, and so her doctor’s advice should be top-notch medical advice for her alopecia, unfortunately we can’t Therefore in case she is unwilling to talk about it.
To both of you.
You can go with her to some amount of her doctor’s appointments, and ask the doctor what to do as well, Therefore if she would like. There’s always reaching out to a therapist as well, So in case things get hard. Have you brought up your concern with her? You should take this seriously. Hi Alex, I’m pretty sure I am so sorry to hear of your partner’s situation, and how hard it must be for you to see her go through this. Besides, the fallout has slowed down a lot and most of the barely visible fine hairs have even started to very slowly thicken slightly over the last few months. Thanks for sharing this information about alopecia. a good method recover from the impact of hair loss is to choose hair transplantation techniques.It gives back the natural look and the patient can continue with Lupus treatment without the fear of losing hair. One of a kind methods for hair transplantation is Folicullar Unit Extraction in which hair follicles are placed to those areas where noticeable hair loss is found.
Really informative… Hair loss due to Lupus is very common. We lose between 50 and 100strands any day. You’re absolutely right! Known hair loss in women can occur for quite a lot of different reasons. Hi Shahid, thank you for your comment! Lupus and lupus medications can affect the liver in many ways, and your doctor will have top-notch insight as to what it’s and what you can do about it. Make sure you write a comment about it below. Best of luck fight and hang in there! Actually, share this and how you’re feeling with your doctor, ask questions, and don’t be afraid to ask for a second opinion if you aren’t satisfied! Hi Jean, we aren’t doctors, and so unfortunately can’t explain why your liver results ‘up side’ as you probably already know, most lupus hair loss is reversible. Cathy, That’s a fact, it’s difficult to say whether you will experience hair loss again in the future. Just think for a moment. Anything is possible, with lupus being so unpredictable. It is also a great blog to print out and take with you to your next appointment as well. Certainly, please take a minute to read our blog on diagnosing lupus. Known that will also be ideal, if you have the ability to see a dermatologist as well regarding the hair loss and ‘photosensitivity’ problems. Also, there is that link. What I will recommend is that you take all of your medical history and copies of your test results to another doctor for a second opinion. It can definitely be a complicated process. Notice that hello there Nes, I’m pretty sure I am so sorry to hear about your struggles and confusion with a lupus diagnosis.