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Have thinning of hairline in forehead. What to do to stop the falling of hair?

I am a healthy unmarried man of 28 yrs old, weighing 72 kgs and height 5'8''. I visit gym and mostly maintain a healthy lifestyle except intaking fast foods at times although not too obsessed with them. My problem is I am suffering from thinning of hairline in my forehead. My dad and grand dad developed this after 50. I shampoo twice a week with a ayurvedic shampoo nowadays. I have tried out Mintop 10 and mintop forty for 3-4 moths and now using Livon hair gain but not satisfied with the result. Please suggest what to do? Your kind help will be really be helpful
Asked On : Fri, 26 Apr 2013
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Hi, you are having androgenetic alopecia grade 1, it is hereditary disorder. Take tab. finasteride 1 mg daily in morning contineously for about 3 to 4 years. Take biotin 10 mg daily at night. Continue applicatin of mintop solution 10 percent twice a day on scalp.. Never use any hair oil. Ketaconazole shampoo may be used. Be positive, keep patience,avoid stress. I hope you will get good result... Ok
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