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I'm having hair loss, severe hair loss. Consulted it with doctors they referred it as alopecia areta. But this regularly increasing day by day also no improvement when on medication. Few big size patches
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Dr. Srinivas C Bangalore | Dermatologist
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Alopecia Areata is either linked to your Allergic history in you or your family. It can evrn occur if there is a family history of hypertension. Last but not the least it can happen during stressful situations.
Medications like counter irritants or steroids should help. If there is no response then Intralesional injections containing Triamcinolone acetonide gor 2-3 sessions would definitely help.
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