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Can an online doctor suggest me which medicine to take to reduce red hair on chin and mustache ?

hello sir, I am 26 mail not married,just i have received mail from HCM regarding my red hairs on chin & mustache, HCM has advised to me use Tab.biotin & acetyl cysteine, I have conserned with another Dermatologist he examined to me and written 1.Tab. Curlzvit(Biotin,Calcium Pantothenate ,Niacinamide,PABA,Zinc & Acetyl Cysteine Tablet) daily once for 3 months. Sir i want to know is it tablet right for me?
Asked On : Fri, 12 Aug 2011
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Hi mohammed muzammi
All of the medications are supplements with anti oxidant properties, immune boosting properties. There is no harm in taking these tablets. They are beneficial. Hope that answers the question
Take care
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General & Family Physician Dr. Radhika Thyagaraju's  Response
hello mohammed,

mohammed all the above mentioned tablets are for the betterment of your condition.
biotin calcium niacin are all vitamins and minerals required by the body not only for your condition but also for normal metabolism and maintenance of your body's vital function.
both contain the same major substances you need and some extra in what your dermatologist has prescribed.
you can take either you are comfortable with. both the prescriptions are appropriate for you.
hope i have answered your question
take care
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