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This is what I found about it on Wikipedia: Trichodynia is a condition where the patient experiences a painful sensation on their scalp. Trichodynia often is associated with hair loss, but some studies show it has no connection to hair loss.Often there is an underlying psycho-somatic cause, such as stress, depression or anxiety.Throughout the time I’ve suffered with hair loss I’ve had several episodes of scalp pain, sensitivity and a burning sensation.Trying to touch my head, lying down on a pillow or even moving my hair slightly would cause excruciating severe pain to my scalp.I also don’t a vacuum cleaner on hand to just vacuum the floor real quick after a shower. I’m not sure if climate can effect hair loss, I do know that some people tend to shed more in different seasons.But if it happens every time you travel maybe you are hair is susceptible to climate change.: S Jeni – Sorry to hear that you’ve been going through a shed this week particularly when you’re traveling.
The thing I found interesting about the Wikipedia definition was this part “A theory behind the condition is that nerves innervating scalp hair follicles send pain messages back to the brain when the follicle no longer has a hair in it, in a similar way to phantom limb pain.” That is definitely an explanation.
Trüeb The aim of the study was to evaluate the frequency of this phenomenon and its relationship to hair loss.
Patients seeking advice for hair loss either spontaneously reported or were questioned about painful sensations of the scalp. Hair pain (trichodynia) affects a significant proportion of patients complaining of hair loss and may increase the anxiety.
I had no idea what caused this and why it was sporadic, it would last for while then just disappear, last episode I had was this past July.
Apparently there a correlation between hair loss, telogen effluvium and scalp pain, also called trichodynia.