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scalp tingle
Posted by: Jennifer
Date: September 16, 2005 4:59 PM

For the past year and a half I have had recurrent vaginal rashes and a recurrent scalp itching. The symptoms in both areas occur at the same time, with a tingling sensation in both areas. In the genital area little papules have formed, resembling the herpes virus. I have been tested for the IGM and IGG for herpes 1 and 2 four times within the past year and all the blood tests have been negative. My gynecologists are confounded. This has been accompanied by about 4 vaginal yeast infections over the past year, and a consistent white coating on my tongue, though not thrush. I've tested negative for all immuno-compromising illnesses such as HIV and diabletes. The tingling on the scalp and in the vaginal area is the most prominent symptom. Again it is recurrect and the scalp and vaginal symptoms always come together, although the vaginal symptoms rarely ever completely go away. I have made an appointment with a dermatologist who can't get me in for a month, by which time I know the rash will have disappeared. Do you have any idea what this is?

RE: scalp tingle
Posted by: Ron Kennedy, M.D.,
Date: September 16, 2005 5:26 PM

The fact that they invariably come together means there is a systemic condition which triggers both. The most likely explanation is that these are the times you become persistently acidic. Testing the saliva with pH paper would tell you if this is so or not. This could be herpes and your immune system is not reacting to it, therefore the negative tests. So, if all this is so the question becomes: what could be making you acidic and draining your immune system at the same time. If you are not loosing weight, it probably is not a cancerous condition and the more probable cause anyway is chronic undetected infection. The two places where this can occur are gut wall and jaw cavitations. Without seeing you I can't diagnose you, but tell me, do you have persistent digestive problems? Bloating? Gas?

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