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Typhoid infection, tonsured head, severe hair fall. How to recover lost hair?

I have suffered from typhoid 2 yrs back.i dint tonsure my head at that time and faced lot off hair problems( hair fall ) but later after one yr tonsured my head but still is the same result.i lost most of hair by now and recently(5 months back) i tonsured about three times but i don t find any difference.Please give me any solution to recover my lost hair.
Asked On : Sun, 4 Nov 2012
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Hello Sir,

Hair growth occurs from the hair follicles and so a tonsure - once, twice or even a hundred times will have no effect. Neither on the hair follicles, nor on your hair growth.

Make sure that you eat good food on time, drink lots of water, exercise, have fruits and vegetables , sleep atleast 6-7 hours, stay calm and stress free.

You may apply AMLA OIL atleast 3 times a week, half an hour before bath. Use mild herbal shampoos.

Take care.


Dr Gautham
Answered: Sun, 4 Nov 2012
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