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Suffering from severe hairloss. Prescribed lotions. Hairloss continues after stopping medications?

Hii. I m a 23 year old girl. Suffering from a lot of hair fall since a year. I visited a Dermat and was adviced to apply zydip c lotion and amexidil 5 on alternate nights for a month. I ve also been given T.Follihair and Bi to Zed forte twice a day for a month. Please advice as to whether the lotions given to apply on the scalp are safe. Would there be more or continuing hair loss after stopping them as I have heard that stopping minoxidil leads to more hair fall than before?? Should I go ahead with the treatment??
Asked On : Thu, 28 Mar 2013
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Hi, you are having tellogen effluvium. There are many causes.. Like thyroid dysfunction, vitamin deficiencies, mineral deficiencies,malnutrition, anaemia, typhoid, pregnancy , postpartum period.. Stress, psychological diseases, Certain drugs, malignancy, local scalp diseases.. Like seborrheic dermatitis etc... You should be investigated to find out any cause. And cause should be treated.first of all, you should remain calm , be positive, have healthy food, take good sleep... And take biotin containing tablet, vitamin B complex, vitamin E for long time. Apply mid potency steroid lotion daily at night., Use almond oil and herbal shampoo ... Ok . I hope you will be improved.

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