Greetings. You need to specify for sure where this patch was noted - or send pictures of the same on follow up messaging. If it is an isolated well defined patch of complete hair loss - its more likely to be alopecia areata. If its a patch of diffuse hair loss in the crown/vertex area then it is likely a part of androgenetic alopecia nd needs to be treated in a different manner.
see a qualified dermatologist near you
Further queries can be sent on follow up messaging
IF THERE IS A SINGLE PATCH OF HAIRLOSS IT CAN BE A PATCH OF ALOPECIA AREATA, KINDLY START WITH
1. MOMATE OINTMENT DAILY ONCE IN MORNING ONLY ON PATCH
2. MINOKEM N 5% LOTION TO BE APPLIED ON THE PATCH AT NIGHT
DO THIS FOR 4 WEEKS
AND ALSO CONSULT A DERMATOLOGIST NEARBY WHO CAN EXAMINE YOU AND GUIDE YOU BETTER
consult a dermatologist nearby
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