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head and body hair loss, bleeding from ear

Am i going to go bald?
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Hair will grow back (there is hope)
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hey im a teenager, last year i noticed my hair is shedding rapidly; this year i have very less/ thin hair, i cant hide some of the bald spots. I have lots of dandruff but it comes back couple of days latter from using special anti dandruff shampoos. So this is not just about my head hair, i have lost so much armpit hair and pubic hair, my head (forehead) is always warm, typically my whole body feels like warming. Furthermore i have been bleeding through my ear. So all this hair loss; head + body is due to loss of blood, or diet? i dont eat much. If i gently tug any of the mentioned hair, it comes out easily. What is going on, im depressed

sorry if this is inappropriate but i masturbate maybe 14 time a week, does this have a link do you think with my bad diet?
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replied November 2nd, 2014
Hello and Welcome

I appreciate your concern

Empirically Ketoconazole and ciclosporin topical medicinal shampoos twice a week can be of great help. Crusts removal esp if dandruff is involved can lead to superficial lesions which bleed when erode. Zinc supplementation and antifungals can be taken after physical exam by your doctor in consult with him. No masturbation is not related to hair fall. Get a CBC done to rule out any systemic cause eg anemia.
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