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Experiencing hair fall. Had high fever, lost hair from crown. Suggest?

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i am a 23 years old and experienced hair fall since last months i had high fever in month of march resting for 4 days .and i lost more hairs on crown area my hair becomes thinner. also at present rate of loosing hair decreased its normal now will they grow back as i had earlier?
Posted Fri, 28 Jun 2013 in Skin Hair and Nails
Answered by Dr. Rahul Kumar 12 minutes later
Thanks for the query and a very good history.
The hair fall is due to fever.
During high fever,the hair bulb are effected, this causes hairs to fall.
This condition is temporary and soon your hairs will regrow to their original length and density.
Please dont worry. you will not loose hair completely.

Let me know if you have any doubt.
Thank you
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Follow-up: Experiencing hair fall. Had high fever, lost hair from crown. Suggest? 1 hour later
how much time it will require to recover and though i lost hairs throughout the head why crown area mostly affected ?
Answered by Dr. Rahul Kumar 4 minutes later
Thanks for the follow up.
It usually takes around 6 months for complete recovery.
Dont worry you will recover soon.
Thank you
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