Excessive hairfall prblm with itchy scalp and dandruff .some say it seborrhea.many kind of medication is already applied but all give temporary releif....already diagonised for pcos .but gynacologist said its minimum and is common among every girl....about 200 strands fall daily and when hair is washed it like someone hv cut her hair..it fall in bunches...she is emotionally disturbed..please provide good solution which will work for her ..no thyroid prblm nd no such other prblm is in her.
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FPB is an increasing problem in today's society.
Hair care is a daily ritual shaped by age, gender and internal health.
The treatment typically consists of topical lotion (Minoxidil). Based on the cause of hair loss, certain specific medications can also be started. It also depends on the age of the patient and if planning for conception or not. Various issues need to be decided before initiating the treatment. The dosage and duration is decided by your dermatologist. Hair fall treatment needs proper assessment to find the cause and to address it specifically. A trichoscan and trichogram are objective methods of assessment and is highy recommended, though it is difficult to find a clinic which offers that. Hair fall treatments consist of arresting the hair fall and subsequently adding density and improving the texture and quality. You need to be patient with the treatment protocol as it takes months to see initial improvement.
Certain dermatologists supplement biotin, hair serum and advice procedures like PRP therapy which may accelerate the rate of hair growth. PRP needs multiple sessions roughly at 6 weeks intervals. PRP therapy is increasingly being accepted by dermatologists all over the world.
Apart from active pharmaceutical medicines, a healthy diet and lifestyle is mandatory to achieve results.
Further authentic information is in the following weblink https://www.aad.org/public/diseases/hair-and-scalp-problems/hair-loss
Avoid Self Medications.
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