Oh yes. I have always had the problem w/ my head/hair. If I wear my hair in a ponytail, it hurts when I take it down. If I had the part on one side, it hurt to comb it on the other side. I also have a thick head of hair and I would hate when my mother would comb my hair. When my mother was in the hospital to have my sister, my father combed my hair and he did it so gently. I told my mother I only wanted Daddy to comb my hair from then on. I never use a comb now, only a brush. I also use a conditioner each time I shampoo, I hate the knots and snarls. When I was little my cousin was a hairdresser, she gave the most wonderful shampoos. I could drool right now just thinking of them. I don't do the shampoo at the salon anymore. My old head can't take the pain, I know what I can handle and I do my own shampoos.
I also use just certain shampoos, I have a problem w/ allergies from some shampoos. The itch would drive me crazy -Short Trip!! lol
God bless. Alice.
I have: Fibromyalgia, ME/CFS, Holt-Oram Syndrome, nasal allergies, food allergies, depression, TMJ, anxiety
Married to a wonderful supportive husband & between us we have 4 children & 7 grandchildren
As apples of gold in silver carvings is a word spoken at the right time for it. Prov. 25:11
Growing up and until I think I turned 40 I did everything to my hair- ponytails, clips, perms, frosts, you name it and I think I developed a thick scalp because of it! I finally threw out all my bobby pins, clips, pony wraps, the works. I did not want all the fussing anymore. I still like a cute cut and I do have my hair frosted but it is simple now. Especially since getting fibro- I don't have the energy, and my arms cannot stay elevated for any length of time.