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Severe hair loss, normal blood test, scalp biopsy showed non-scarring, non-inflammatory alopecia. What can be done?

i have had significant hair loss over the past year. I have had blood work ( TSH , Testosterone ,CBC, Estrogen ) and everything has come back normal. My dermatologist did a scalp biopsy and the results came back as non-scarring, non-inflammatory alopecia. My dermatologist and gynocologist both say I am fine but my hair continues to fall out. I am at a lost of what to do
Asked On : Sat, 28 Jul 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response
hello madam, your hair loss depends on your age. hair loss is usually due to hormonal imbalance, and the treatment is divided as medical and surgical. if medical line fails then you may try surgical restoration of hair
Answered: Tue, 31 Jul 2012
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Hi,hair is made of protein and adequate protein is necessary for luxurient hair.women require 60 grams,men 80 to 90 grams of is supplied by milk,buttermilk,yogurt,soyabean,eggs,cheese,meat and fish.a deficiency of some of the B vitamins,iron,copper and iodine causes the falling of should keep your diets adequate in iodine,the B VItamins and iron.Amla oil,prepared by boiling dry pieces of amla in coconut oil,is considered a valuable hair tonic for enriching hair should take one glass of lettuce and spinach (mixture) juice per day.take care
Answered: Sun, 29 Jul 2012
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