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PV Itching Not After Bathing

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Good morning @trillium, @claire39. I just realized that I might have a solution for your scalp itch. My dermatologist diagnosed my 10 year battle with scalp itch as seborrheic dermatitis. It started behind my ears and was very yucky and annoying. She has develop a 3 day treatment program that combines shampoo changes with overnight application of fluocinonide twice a week. I did the process 2 times and that was 2 years ago. It is not 100% gone…vanished…….but it is close to at least 95%. I only use the topical every once in a while behind my right ear. That is also my main tinnitus ear.

I wish I could give you a gift of this treatment….it was my first “itch” relief introduction. Wish my hands responded to something or anything to help with the rest of my body.

May you have happiness and the causes of happiness.
Chris

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Chris, this article mentions b6, biotin and zinc deficiencies as a possible cause of seborrheic dermatitis. The other discusses gut health and probiotics. Many medications and treatments impact gut flora.
https://www.podiatrytoday.com/when-vitamin-and-nutritional-deficiencies-cause-skin-and-nail-changes
https://sebdermhealing.com/probiotics-promise-a-cure-for-seborrheic-dermatitis/