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Hair fall condition. Prescribed X-gain shampoo, hair active solution. Will they help?

Hi Doctor, My name is XXXXXX. I am a software engineer by profession. I am facing a hair fall problem since 2 months and I am worried about it. I had visiting a skin specialist last wk and he has given me x gain shampoo and Hair active solution. Could you please let me know is these products are useful, can I regain my hair, I am really worried please suggest me a better solution Thanks In Advance,
Asked On : Thu, 1 Nov 2012
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Hello Dear
Thanks for your query.

It would have been better to advice after knowing your age and sex. Assuming that you are male and having androgenic alopecia I would advice you to use topical minoxidil over the scalp where hair fall is occuring.
Keep the scalp clean . Use ketoconazole or selenium sulfide sampoo for dandruff.
Have a healthy diet and plenty of fluids.

Keep your life stressfree.
Any systemic disease if present should be treated.

Hope this helps.

Take care.
Answered: Thu, 1 Nov 2012
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