Hair follicle infection

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Posted on : October 14, 2016 | Author: John Kahen | Category: Hair Loss

Hair follicle infection is one possibility of the underlying cause of your hair loss. It might feel inflamed and filled up by pus. Another name of the hair follicle infection is folliculitis. You might see it as a pimple (on your face), but it’s occurred on your scalp. Folliculitis could occur on your legs, scalp, beard, or maybe buttock. There’s a group of bacteria named Staphylococcus aureus or Pseudomonas aeruginosa that cause the infection within the scalp area. Or in other cases, fungal and yeast could also cause the infections. The infection could also be caused when your clothes are too tight, or maybe excessive sweating. It might get very painful if left untreated and folliculitis Increases.

Hair Follicle Infection Treatment

You don’t need any medical treatment if your hair follicle problem is not very bad. However, if the infection is bad and painful, you have to visit a doctor. He will give you antibiotic creams to be applied to the infected area. The infection could recur again and again; if this is the case your physician will prescribe antibiotic tablets to kill the bacterium that is causing the infection. 


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