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Alopecia areatae
I have a problem called alopecia for last 3 years and it has spread to my facial hairs(eyebrows, beard)  now. Is there any hope for me that this problem will ever be cured? Or is it too late?
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Dr. Srinivas C
Dermatologist 18 yrs exp Bangalore
Alopecia Areata is a chronic disease.  It is known to be common among allergic or hypertensive families. Stress is also known to aggravate. Treatment with either steroids or other immunomodulators can control the episode. Meet a dermatologist nearby for better management as some blood tests are required.
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