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Hair fall,scalp visible,very less hair in front

Hello Sir, I basically don t find a major hair fall problem with me but the density of my hair is drastically reducing. The scalp is very much visible and the partition has widened immensely and seems like the front portion of my head has distinctively very very less hair. I very humbly request you to suggest me what i should do in order to overcome the major problem of my scalp not being visible. If there are any multivitamin tablets or any hair oils , please advice! Thank you! YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Sat, 7 Apr 2012
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Cosmetic & Plastic Surgeon 's  Response
Thanks fo rcaontacting hcm dear Shazianikhat,
It would be very kind of you to mention if you are a male or female,
Have you used any medications or lotions
you can start of on Biotin for hair loss, but for proper suggestions it is advisable to visit your consultant as there are few other midications that can be used but under supervisation. And if the problem is severe may be you can be helped with hair transplant..
Warm regards.
Answered: Tue, 15 May 2012
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