Folliculitis, furunculosis, and carbunculosis are all infections of the hair follicles that can cause scalp sensitivity. These infections can be painful, sore, or warm to the touch. They often affect the back of the neck, the back of the scalp, or the armpit. Sometimes, pus can be squeezed out from these skin lesions.
Why does my scalp hurt everywhere?
Burning scalp pain can occur for a variety of reasons. The pain may be stemming from inflammatory skin conditions such as dandruff, fungal infection, psoriasis, or eczema. The pain may also be secondary to an underlying neurological dysfunction, most likely either temporal arteritis or trigeminal neuralgia.
Why does my hair grow so slow?
Hair can stop growing or grow slowly for a variety of reasons including age, genetics, hormones, or stress. You may notice your hair stops growing in one spot or seems to be growing slowly on one side. There are plenty of treatment options for slow-growing hair, including: medication.
Why do I get scabs on my scalp when I don’t wash my hair?
“This condition, even though its cause is not known, is aggravated by an unwashed scalp. It leads to scabs on the scalp. The scabs are usually very itchy and the scalp can become red. Therefore, treatment includes tar shampoo or salicylic acid-based shampoo,” she said.