Dissecting Scalp Cellulitis part 2





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Uploaded on Sep 16, 2011

**Update 12/17/13 The condition stayed away for about 8 months and re appeared right when I lost my insurance. so its back but not as severe as it was. not sure how this entire Obamacare thing is going to effect me receiving health insurance. Thank you all for the positive comments, sorry havent been on in a while have not had access to internet for some time.
Merry X-mas

*UPDATE: 3/14/13 Actually it has went away for the past two months. I did three treatments of remicade infusions that were ordered by Dr. Rochelle Torgerson of the Mayo Clinic in Rochester. I had one infusion then another two weeks later and the last infusion 4 weeks after the 2nd infusion. Each infusion runs around $3,800 so it was expensive but thankfully the insurance covered some of it. I can actually sleep throughout the night the pain is gone. I have had two spots appear since it went away but they dissipated after around two days. No more pus or blood covering my pillow sheets.

*Update: 12/26/2012 So it has been a while since I have posted an update, I have been going to the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN. Since September. Today I just got back from my first infusion treatment with a drug called Remicaid. It is a 3 hour drive down there then a 3 hour treatment then another 3 hours back. Not to bad if it pays off. I have another appointment there on January 9th and another appointment 4 weeks from that. Hopefully this helps, because Time is running out with the insurance company.

Update: 4/2/2012 Went to University of Minnesota on the 29th... I feel I was brushed under the rug, I asked them to set me up with an appointment with someone who might be willing to perform the surgery and instead they gave me a phone number and told me to call, but that they would just prescribe me Accutane. I expressed my concern about ... I will only have insurance for 16 more months and Accutane takes about 8 months to work and if it don't work then what? My concern with the side affects of Accutane being already depressed, and serious depression issues form the past and was told that He has never had anything bad happen before. so.... I don't know...

Update: 1/19/2012 Have not went back to the last dermatologist the laser treatments were to painful. I was referred to the University of Minnesota, and I am scheduled for March 29th! I am glad for this, maybe they can do the full scalp removal as I have been requesting for a while. I went and revisited my primary doctor today and was prescribed a body wash and advice not to scrub to vigrousley when bathing.

Update: 10/28/11 I went to the Dermatologist and he decided to try a procedure he has never done before. He injected the majority of the nodules in the back with saline and washed them out, then injected them with some sort of foam. I guess this is used in some sort of vein treatment? anyways I was the first for him to try this on and it may take a few treatments but if it works it could start a new way to try and get rid of this stuff besides full scalp removal.

A second video of my scalp condition, this is 1 month after my first hair removal treatment.


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