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Habit of eating stale pencils, severe hair fall. Treatment for addiction and hair fall?

i am eating so many slate pencils from my childhood and i am losing my hair day by day........and i am not eating them since 1 year but still i am loosing my hair and no growth also.......i still want to eat them but i am controlling......tell me some tips to stop eating slate pencils as well as for the growth of my hair...thanq:-)
Asked On : Thu, 13 Sep 2012
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Thanks for query,
Your eating habit of slate pensil indicates that you have severe iron deficiency.There is also asociated vitamin deficiency leads to your hair fall.
You must check your stool for worms before starting any medicines.If found it should be needed anti worm medicine full course under medical supervision.
Take iron injectable & vitamin preparation daily for at least 7=8 months.
Avoid junk foods.Take iron rich diet like brinjals,spinach more in diet.
Answered: Thu, 20 Sep 2012
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