Dermatitis on scalp eyebrows and eye lashes, losing hair from all three areas?
My symptoms started last year when i got pink eye out of no where? I went eyebrow threading and came back with it............after that I treated the pink eye but stopped the medication in 3/4 days when it got better being ignorant b/c never stop antibioticsanyway so then my eyebrows got affected then my...
Asked by Wally Wolf 6 months ago.
My symptoms started last year when i got pink eye out of no where? I went eyebrow threading and came back with it............after that I treated the pink eye but stopped the medication in 3/4 days when it got better being ignorant b/c never stop antibiotics anyway so then my eyebrows got affected then my scalp......... im wondering if its something the lady at the threading place gave to me cause her daughter lost all the hair in her right eyebrow ='/ i want to cry, i have been on Azasite but the sebborheaic dermatitis wont stop nor the flaky skin :( i want to go back to wearing eye makeup and living a normal life :( Answered by Lorretta Paige 6 months ago.
AzaSite is specifically indicated for the treatment of bacterial conjunctivitis, one side effect can be contact dermtitis, but that would occur locally. It won't treat seborheaic dermatitis Since eyebrow threading removes hair from its follicle, the hair follicle may get infected. some women develop acne there. Doctors don’t know the exact cause of seborrheic dermatitis. Factors that may play a role include: A yeast (fungus) called Malassezia. This fungus is one of the normal microscopic life forms that grow, along with certain bacteria, in your skin's oily secretion (sebum). Stress and fatigue. Stressful life events and situations may help trigger an episode or make it worse through mechanisms that aren't yet understood. There is no proof that the lady doing the threading caused it You need to see your doctor and/or a dermatologist. Answered by Tammi Mallek 6 months ago.
Oh poor girl I know your pain try going to a dermatologist I know its expensive but its worth it or try seeing your family doctor there is help Answered by Caroyln Timko 6 months ago.
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Asked by Crystle Frieman 6 months ago.
Hi Keili, AzaSite is a topical ophthalmic solution of azithromycin, and is a broad spectrum antibiotic Azithromycin acts by binding to the ribosomal subunitt of susceptible micro organisms and interfering with microbial protein synthesis. AzaSite is specifically used for the treatment of bacterial conjunctivitis. Hope this helps xx Answered by Leeann Goodridge 6 months ago.
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Does eye brows grow back after sebboreic dermititis? Please tell me?
My doctor told me to put head and shoulders, clean and clear with salilyic acid he put my on cephalexin and azasite on the eye brows does the hair grow back :(
Asked by Brock Clausel 6 months ago.
Generally hair is not lost with seborheic dermatitis. Check with your doctor about whether they think it is related and therefore if it will grow back. If the hairs were just broken off from rubbing and scratching, or fell out because of infection, then yes it will grow back. Answered by Ernie Berton 6 months ago.
There's a small white lump under my eyelid. It hurts! What is it and how do I treat it?
It's right up under my top eyelid on the nose side of my eye.I can only see it if I pull my eyelid right back. My eye feels dry and raw. It really hurts every time I blink or move my eye.Saline eye drops don't help at all.The only thing I found that helps is for me to put a hot teabag on my eye for...
Asked by Murray Lucido 6 months ago.
It's right up under my top eyelid on the nose side of my eye. I can only see it if I pull my eyelid right back. My eye feels dry and raw. It really hurts every time I blink or move my eye. Saline eye drops don't help at all.The only thing I found that helps is for me to put a hot teabag on my eye for a while but it doesn't last long. What else will help get rid of this? Home remedy or pharmacy. Is it a stye? I thought that would be nearer your eyelashes but this is up further and right up under the lid. Just to make it worse I can't tape it shut and use my other eye. My eyesight is really bad in my other eye so I'd be practically blind. :( Answered by Nancey Wahlenmaier 6 months ago.
I've had blurry vision, ghosting, dryness, and double vision, etc. for the last month and a half since LASIK?
Also had punctual plugs on top and bottom
Asked by Li Yovino 6 months ago.
Please tell me this isnt permanent. I have gone to 2 different doctors and am freaking out. They both say its EXTREME dry eye (the 2nd doc said it was so dry the machine couldnt even map my eye out). Ive tried Azasite, all the over the counter drops, antibiotics and steroids. My eyes are better when I squint but I cant squint all the time. Squinting and a few other things like sleeping all night (I only see well after this for 10-30 mins) and hot showers help my vision for SHORT amounts of time. The weather is humid (Houston) and not dry. I am looking for all the help I can get! Its 1.5 months post op. Answered by Hai Matula 6 months ago.
I also recently had Lasik (I actually had iLasik) just over a month ago. Many of the possible side effects, like those that you mentioned, can last for months so even though it has been a month and a half, it does not mean they are permanent. It may be that many of your symptoms are caused or irritated by the dry eye, which may get better with time. Answered by Annika Luitjens 6 months ago.
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