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Severe hair loss. History of hysterectomy. Mintop and biotin suggested. Is the hair loss due to hormonal imbalance?

since the past 2 months i am suffering from severe hair loss and my hair has become very thin . i dont know the reason .since many years i have stopped applying oil, except while shampooing. 4 months back i underwent a lap hysterectomy where the ovaries still remain . is it because of some hormonal imbalance pl help me .my dermatologist suggested mintop 10% and biotin and zinc supplements to take orally . my gynaec suggested menopro a nutritional supplement for menopause. i am worried pl help me
Asked On : Thu, 9 Aug 2012
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hi priyam,
Your hairloss is due to telogeneffluvium which is the result of surgery 4 months before.generally this will subside in a few months.The treatment suggested by your dermatologist is apt and you can continue the same for good needn't worry,your hairfall will get arrested soon.
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