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Is headache related to hair fall ?

Hello Im 26 years old and I m a mom already... Since last week i dont feel good... I got a headache feel so dizzy together with this is fever also... During these days i also noticed some of my hair falls.. maybe about not less than 10 strands of hair in a day... What does it mean? And how can i cope with this? Looking forward for your helpful response.. Thank you
Asked On : Thu, 21 Jul 2011
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You need to get treated for the headache;dizziness;fever which you have presently.It is important to see what sort of fever whether viral;malarial;typhoid and then get treated accordingly.If you have viral fever then the dizziness can be due to weakness or anaemia.As for the hair fall normally you lose anywhere from 20 -30 hairs daily which is normal and even fevers can cause increase in the hairloss.So first get treated for the fever and hopefully the hairfall will stop.
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