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Hair fall, avoided shampoos and conditioners, used coconut oil. How to solve?

Hello! Good day!!!My problem is about my excessive hair fall..It has been six months ago when I noticed these that s happening to me..I avoided using shampoos and conditioners regularly and even conditioned it with coconut oil since I thought the natural way would be better: but has done it only for a few weeks.I had just forgotten about these problem but now I noticed that my forehead has really gone wider and reached the upper section where there used to be large amount of hair...I m really afraid if this will get worse and will gradually make me bald ..Even in the morning when I wake up,I find some strands in my pillow and anywhere else in my dress.I m a girl .Please help me..Thank you..
Asked On : Wed, 4 Apr 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Hi...dear user..,
Thanks for choosing HCM.,,
Shampoos, and oils have no action on hairgrowing..,
These are only cleansing and blackening..,
For good hair growing and prevent loss of hairs..,
take good nutrtion and check tha hormonal status in the body..,
Answered: Thu, 14 Jun 2012
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Ophthalmologist Dr. Martin Worrall's  Response
The use of girl suggests that your are young... The main cause of hair loss in girls are hormonal.

One of the most common is Polycystic ovary disease. this is usually is indicated by irregular periods, facial hair growth and loss of head hair most common in girls who are mildy to severely overweight.

I would discuss any changes in period with your OB/GYN or FP. Treatment is through hormone replacement and weight loss.
Answered: Wed, 4 Apr 2012
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