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How to treat hair loss which is hereditary ?

family background of hair loss ,now what can i do for regrowth i m 22 years old and i m loosing my hair from last 3years. I ve family background of hair loss,now what can i do for regrowth.I m using a USA product named regaine
Asked On : Wed, 22 Dec 2010
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Hi welcome to HealthcareMagic.Hair Fall has many causes may be due to deficiency..or skin disease of scalp such as dandruff ..or as a result of severe acute diseases or due genetic problem (father son relation to baldness)..applying external applications such as oil , shampoo, hair cream etc do not produce desirable results .we have to first clearly find out the cause.If cause is found the condition can be effectively treated with internal homoeopathic remedies.Genetic remedies are also available in homoeo which can cure genetic ,constituional diseases.So do not lose hope ..consult a good qualified homoeopath.
Answered: Thu, 30 Dec 2010
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