I am a thirty-five year-old male. I have been suffering from severe migraines. The area of pain is level with my ear on the left hand side. I have had an ongoing problem with hair loss in one small patch as well. I'm wondering if this peculiar patch of missing hair could be linked to my migraines? If not, what could it be? R.L.
An interesting question but I don't know of any information that links localized hair loss on the side of a Migraine or headache. A dermatologist might be helpful for the hair loss.
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