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Crohn's disease, taking asacol, hair fall, taken prepecia, started losing hair again. Can use follihair?

Sir, I am a patient of Crohns disease which is very mild and I go to toilet twice in a day max...I am taking Asacol for that.... I have been suffering from hair fall from last 2/3 years and I was prescribed Prepecia by my doctor. It has been close to 5 months I am taking Propecia .. initially it worked like wonder and arrested the hair fall quickly, however from last one month the shedding has been started again and I am loosing the hair again. I am also seeing Dr. Batra clinic who prescribed me of FolliHair? I would like to know your views?
Asked On : Tue, 5 Jun 2012
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Hi the medicines used for crohns disease or the stress associated with it can cause the hair can be cured by using follihair can be safely used in crohns disease.along with it use keratone hair oil and triclenz shampoo weekly twice .use a antidepressive also to decease hair loss
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