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Small patches on the scalp and dry hair - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   Hello
Doctor :   hi XXX
User :   Amazed to see something like this..
Doctor :   how can I help you?
User :   I have many problems..
User :   one being hair problem.....
User :   since many years...
Doctor :   To get a more complete picture I need this information
Age: ; Occupation: ; Location: ; Marital Status:
User :   and the other is I dont put wait.
User :   k
User :   Age : 26
User :   Occupation: XXX
User :   Loc ; Bangalore
User :   Maritial Status : Single
Doctor :   ht/wt?
User :   170 / 58
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   do you have hair fall/ or thin and ill looking hair?
User :   Dry ones...
User :   I had alopaciea areata...
User :   small patches....
User :   some times it goes away.
Doctor :   ok...
Doctor :   so right now you have dry/ thin hair?
User :   Yes..
Doctor :   do you have nay dandruff/ other scalp problems?
User :   no..
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   do you have any other problems? allergies?
Doctor :   r u thr?
User :   no..
User :   doctor can I chat later...
User :   I am at office..
User :   will check in details....
User :   can I know ur name?
Doctor :   sure
Doctor :   till 9pm
Doctor :   I'm Dr. XXX
Doctor :   Bye for now

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