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Gallbladder removal and hair loss
Hello doctor... My gallbladder was removed in oct 2021 due a pain and infection.. A month after the surgery I started experiencing hair loss and I visited hair specialist and they gave me multivitamins tabs and minoxidil and finastrate spay.. it's been almost a year and still there is a lot of hair loss.. I have almost lost half of my hair after the gallbladder removal.. Is it directly related? Also want to know will it be a good option to take bile salts with meal so that nutrients are observed properly.. Pls guide me. I don't know whom to approach
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I don't think that it is directly related, there are many cause for hair fall. Try to eat high protein foods like curd, eggs, paneer, chicken and also milk. Try to take seeds like pumpkin, chia, seeds daily to improve the strength of hair
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Please ask me directly
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Hello, Good morning, Post surgery, there will be hair loss due to various reasons, including medicine effect, nutrient deficiency, stress and more.
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Add more dhals, fruits, milk, vegetables in your diet. Ensure you got enough sleep. Don't stress yourself. Sit and relax. Once your mind get relaxed and calm, you will be able to see the difference in your body and by proper nutrient rich food, new tiny hair will grow.
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Keep your body cool. Have plenty of fluids. Have iron rich foods like dates, pomegranate, beetroot etc For protein, have egg whites, fishes, etc For more details contact me via practo. Have a healthy day!!😊 Thank you With regards Dt Chithira
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Hello, Greetings from Dietitian Souvik Chakraborty, since your gall bladder got removed, your fat metabolism is not happening properly,for that reason your fat soluble vitamins & omega deficiency is noted, I think if you enhance omega suppliment by food only which can stop your hair fall control, so that alopecia will not be observed in recent future.. All the best... You you can find me for weight gain, weight loss, PCOD, PCOS, HAIR FALL, DIET FOR OBESITY, diet for slimming or muscle gain, or any clinical diet like Hypertension diet, hyperthyroidism diet, Pre pregnancy diet, post pregnancy diet, dermatological diet, Liver or kidney related Diet, CKD, Hepatomegaly , Post Covid Diet, High Prolactin Diet, Psychological supporting diet,  diet for Food allergy, sports diet, Pre Modelling show or pre national or International Game diet, Celebrity Management,  Paediatric diet, diet for low blood pressure, kidney disease, kidney stone, irritation urination diet, fatty liver diet, hepatomegaly diet or Hepatitis, gastric irritation, Joint pain , Chronic digestive problems, weakness, Mediterranean Diet, Vegan diet, Keto diet, Post Keto recovery diet, Intermittent Fasting diet, pre marriage weight loss, or pre photography transformation, in,  You can ask me for your Diet Chart. Dietitian Souvik Chakraborty PGPCNFA(USA), MSc Dietetics(Kolkata,KPC Medical college), PGD,B-Pharma,CFN(New Delhi)
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There are various causes for hair loss. It could be nutritional, hormonal,  skin related etc. More details  are necessary. Bile salts with meal should be consumed as suggested by doctor.
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Hi Removal of gall bladder could be one of the reason for hair loss due to fat malabsorption that hampers absorption and storage of fat soluble vitamins .
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Hi, Consult your physician for the same. By adopting a good change in dietary habits & lifestyle modification, you will get through this.
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For more information & details kindly contact me via Practo Thanks
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Hair loss - It involves many causes. You need a proper homoeopathy treatment by taking your history in detail.
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Diet wise, you increase your iron intake and reduce your fat and drink plenty of fluids.
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For more details contact me through practo or visit my website www.vetrihomoeocare.com
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Gud evening pls share in detail your prior medical history so that i can guide u better.
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eat a healthy low fat good amounts of protein with healthy carbs n fiber rich foods with proper timing n proper water intake.
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