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Polycystic ovaries, on bcp, thyroid problem, using metformin, excessive hair fall. Can biotin will help to stop hair fall?

I am 30yrs old. i have polycystic ovaries. i was on Bcp. i also had thyriod problem. i was taking 50mcg of eltroxin. now my thyroid level is normal & im not on Eltroxin. i'm currently on Metformin 500mg/ day. i have excessive hair fall for the past 3 months. i would like to know, if Biotin will help me to stop hair fall & grow back my hair.
Asked On : Thu, 17 Oct 2013
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Yes,biotin may help you but you should have not stopped taking eltroxin because generally it has to be taken life long.
Also get tested for iron deficiency,VIT D and VIT B 12 deficiency.
Take proper amount of calcium.
Drink plenty of water and sleep well.
Keep away stress by doing regular exercises,yoga and deep breathing exercises.
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