What is Alopecia?

Alopecia is reduced hair over scalp

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homeopathy will surely help in alopecia. For that detail history will require so consult to homeopath and start treatment accordingly.
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Daer sir, Iam facing alopacia areata, from last one month i did not observe any new patch, iam taking medication(injections) from a doctor, will my alopecia areata coverts to alopecia totalis , what is the possibility? pl help me out
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kindly see the suggestions below

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Welcome and thanks for posting your query to XXXXXXX

After reading your query with complete diligence and analyzing the picture with the history I can very well reassure you that there are negligible chances or frankly say your...
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hello my english is not good. i´m brazillian woman. i´m suffering a lot cause there a re no diagnosis for me. the only one is psicoses hypocondriac monossomatic. i don´t feel it is right.. 3 months ago i´m suffering from itchty? inflamation in...
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Send good resolution pictures of rashes & alopecia

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Welcome to the forum and thanks for posting your query.

I can very well understand your concern for the type of problem you are suffering from. It is really a distress when you do not get proper relief...
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I am suffering from allopecia areta for the last 2 years. tried many drugs but still no effect. Now its spreading as universal as my eyebrows also lost. help me
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Details below

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Thanks for the query
Steroids are the only treatment for alopecia universalis.
You need to take oral steroids.
Steroids wont be available over the counter.
You need a prescription for this.
Please meet your dermatologist and discuss regarding...
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Please tell me how to apply Clop ointment. My son is suffering from alopesia and has no hairs on his head. We are looking for expert who can advice us on how this ointment should be applied and for how long I On the effected surface. XXXX
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Clop not preferable for alopecia totalis

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Hello dear,

Welcome to healthcaremagic. I have read your query and understood the concern for your son.

You have mentioned that your son is having alopecia totalis along with thyroid disorder and high IgE levels. These all...
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Yes doctor. My question si Derobin oilment will cure alopecia areata and its side effect. I think it is steroid base ointment right? And 1 more question skin doctor gave me the momate, tacroz, Keratop oilment and Betnosol fort tablet for treatment to cure alopecia areata doctor. Pls give me the answer in my mail id. My id is YYYY@YYYY .
Hello and welcome to HCM
Do you associated psoriasis?
Because derobin is anthracyclin derative which inhibits cell growth & division and allows cell differentiation. It undergoes auto-oxidation when exposed to sun light.
Psoriasis is also known to cause alopecia.
There are certain precautions to...
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after years of suffering from what i have always believed to be the result of a "tread-lift" cosmetic surgical procedure which became infected (procedure no longer performed). I think the trauma caused what has now over at least 7 years has developed into severe follicular damage with tufted (doll hair) and alopecia with scarring. I have had severe abscess formation crusted over at various sites along the front going to the vertex of scalp. extremely painful. no cure no that i have finally done my own research. i believe i have a superinfection and irreversible alopecia. my hair is kinky, blackened and thick with multiple hairs growing from the shafts. everyone insists i am crazy. one biopsy did conclude lichen planus while the other two "pickers nodules" and abscess from picking. No culture ever performed. been treated with topical steroids, antibiotics, etc. i also think it may be a autoimmune response to the barbs that are still in my head and cannot be located to be removed. it has been so long too much damage has been done. i should of investigaqted myself years ago. i am extremely angry, disappointed in the medical community but mostly in myself. i just began to believe i was crazy and these oozing burning sores were imaginary and everyone insisted it had nothing to do with the trauma to my scalp (and infection). can anyone help me? i am losing my hair and have shaved it again on top this time the area is huge. i just got so frustrated trying to cover the areas where it is falling out in my hands. NOTHING PERSONAL BUT I WANT ONLY AN EXPERT DERMATOLOGIST OR DERM/PATHOLOGIST familiar with chronic folliculiti,doll hair and alopecia. i know the score. i need someone who can provide possible treatments! i have read enough. in a short amount of time. (no need for medical school) what is the matter with doc's they don't know an answer they send you away. NOT EVEN CULTURES. one PAS neg. from poorly performed punch biopsy by new doc (i worked in pathology)
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hair loss probably not related to thread lift

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Thanks for writing to us.
I can understand your concern.
Firstly i would like to summarise your problem. You have irreversible hair loss or scarring alopecia associated with development of abscess and crust formation...
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