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Hair loss, thinning, dandruff, itching. Minoxidil helpful?

Hi Doctor, As my hair is thinng i have started using mintop as per doctor suggestion. But after a week I have got great amount of dandruff and itching. I have continued with washing the hair daily with nizrol but stopped totally 8 months back due to severe dandruf.Now the dandruff is not totally lost but still maintainable but my hair loss is more and thining is happening fast. Can you please tell me what mintoxidil in india can i use which will not increase the dandruff.
Asked On : Mon, 26 Mar 2012
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Welcome to HCM,
I think dandruff is main cause of your weak hairs.
use Selsun shampoo for dandruff.
take branded capsule Iron as anemia can cause poor nourishment to the hairs.
do not keep your hair wet for more time.
apply branded Hair oil containing Vit E.
Take nourishing food.
Avoid stress.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Mon, 26 Mar 2012
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