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Hair loss, prescribed Morr-F and Zydip. Is it good for me?

hi ...I am 26 years old male.I have been suffering from hair loss for last 2-3 years.Though the its just minor hair loss but I dont want to take it casual.I have conculted with one doctor he suggested my Morr-F lotion(1 ml daily in night) and Zydip(mix with regular hair oil and apply daily in morning).I want to know is it good for me
Asked On : Fri, 3 Aug 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Hi rahul,

Thanks for writing in.
The condition you are suffering is diffuse hair loss.

Treatment can be topical antifungals,steroids, minoxidil etc
Minoxidil,Antifungals and steroids in topical form are very safe and effective.
Also oral ketoconazole for 2-3 weeks is extremely helpful.

Zydip is steroid lotion and MorrF is minoxidil.Both are safe and effective.

Few scalp treatments may be required
They are available at dermatology clinics.

Also supportive oral tablets containing biotin and multivitamis can be helpful.

Hope this helps.


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