It’s the latest in a long line of articles on the potential links between auto-immune and hair loss.
In the latest case, a man in Colorado was diagnosed with a form of the autoimmune disease and prescribed anti-trazone drugs.
He lost hair.
But, when the drugs wore off, his scalp and hair turned grey and his condition worsened.
“I’m not sure how they know I have auto-immunity.
They can’t tell,” he said.
“I was like a zombie, and now I’m in the zombie phase.”
He is still receiving treatment but now suffers from severe fatigue and headaches.
‘I’m scared to go outside’Another man, who asked not to be identified for fear of losing his job, also has a history of being prescribed anti trazone medications.
The drug, Trazodosan, is used to treat people with chronic infections, such as the common cold, pneumonia and HIV/AIDS.
But the CDC warns people not to take the drugs more than twice a day, and doctors warn people who do take them to watch their dose and avoid over-the-counter products containing trazones, which can cause seizures and coma.
“I don’t want to take any Trazosan.
I don’t like taking it more than two times a day,” said the man, in a story on the condition of auto-infected people on Reddit.
In addition to the man in Ohio, two other men in the U.S. have had trazos, as well as two women in California, according to Reuters Health.
The Drug Enforcement Administration said in a statement that they were aware of at least three cases of trazodosing in the past few months.
Another man in New York who is a frequent user of the drugs, said he has had his scalp covered with bandages since 2014.
“When you first start taking it, it seems really nice, but you’re always thinking about what the consequences are,” said Anthony, who declined to give his last name for fear he would lose his job.
“You’re always trying to think how you can make this work better,” he added.
He told Reuters Health he had been using the anti-Trazones for years.
Doctors say there are some potential health benefits from trazonoids.
They are said to help slow or stop a type of autoimmune response in the body, which is caused by an immune system attack.
Some studies suggest that Trazones may be beneficial to people with Type 2 diabetes.