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What is the remedy and solution to reduce the hair fall problem?

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Hello Sir/Madam (Doc). My question is with regard to hair fall. I had a very long and thick hair earlier i used only lifeboy soap and i had no problem of hair fall apart from the normal hair fall which is normal. however, off late i started using shampoo such as clinic plus & dandruff shampoo and every day the hair fall is too much i feel sometime i will become bald. So what is the remedy or solution to reduce the hair fall and keep in conditions, i spent 8-9 hrs in office which is centralized with AC.
Posted Sun, 29 Dec 2013 in Hair Loss
Answered by Dr. Raju A.T 13 hours later
Brief Answer: Stop the shampoo Detailed Answer: Hi, Thanks for your query. Do stop the shampoo which is affecting you. This is very essential. The hair fall may continue for few days even after stopping the shampoo. Need not worry its effect will eventually fade off. Do apply Minoxidil 5% solution (MINTOP) to the scalp. This will improve the circulation to the hair roots and improve their health and regrowth. Apply it twice daily. Regards,
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