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Dr. Andrew Rynne

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Is there any medications for treating hair loss without any side effects ?

Iam 26years old girl suffering from cotinous hair loss for 3 years after using hair caustic substans . scalp hair is healthy now,and ihave done s.testosterone which is normal .Hb normal with good general health and i was treated with Revivogen lotion ,vitamines,with no value . and now i ask about usefull drugs and solving this problem which has abad effect on me
Sat, 21 Jan 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Hi...Asmaa.,
Thanks for choosing HCM.,
Revivogen and vitamisn have limited value in growth of hairs.,
Hair growth will be stimulated by...
1) Nutrition diet like....egg, meat, green leafy vegetables and fresh fruits..,
2) Reduce your stress and strain.....by doing Meditation..,
3) Frequent head baths with Conditioner shampoos.,
4) Combing 2 times dailt with wide teeth coomb.,
5) Tab Biotin 10 mg daily morning for 60 days.,
6) Minoxidil and Aminexil 5 % lotion apply night times on Scalp..,
ok....good luck
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Dermatologist Dr. Gaurav Patel's  Response
hi asmaa
do S.TSH ,its thyroid related test.
u need to take care of ur hair and diet
-take food containing high protein and iron like fruits and green vegs.
-do not let ur hair to remain wet after wash or perspiration.
-avoid direct sun exposure
-drink more water
-use wide toothed comb and separate
-dont share ur towel,hairpin,buckles etc
u need to consult dermatologist.
he prescribe u minoxidil solution and biotin tab.
if u have dandruff use scalp lotion as shampoo.
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