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Hair fall due to thyroid
Dear Dr, I m suffering from severe hair fall from last 2-3months, i diagnosed with TSH Level. May be due to this but I m not sure about this. Can you please suggest me how to regrowth my hair naturally. What’s the link between thyroid health and hair loss? How to treat hair loss due to Thyroid condition?
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Heyy I can help you better with further treatment course needed. U can connect me via whatsapp on seven zero eight two zero two two zero six two.
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Connect please
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Can help you with the next course of action and treatment plan. Would like to discuss in details and provide apt solution. Kindly consult via whatsapp on nine zero two nine six zero zero four seven zero.
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No it's not because of thyroid Which medicine u r taking for thyroid Share the detailed history
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Both hypo and hyperthyroidism is associated with hair loss. Kindly consult on practo. Need to check your tsh levels.
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Thyroid deficiency is associated with changes in the skin. A Hypothyroid person has very coarse skin. Thyroid supplements can help regain suppleness of the skin to some extent but they may or may not help in the growth of hair. Please consult a Dermatologist or a Beautician for the proper advice.
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Can help you, kindly consult and provide detailed history for proper diagnosis and further management
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Hairbless tablet once a day.
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Need few more details Kindly consult
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Hypothyroidism can cause hair loss. It depends on your tsh level. Please consult
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Have lot of green leafy vegetables Tab. Biotin 5mg once a day for three months.
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Continue medicines for hypothyroidism
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No relation in both these things dear
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Consult a dermatologist
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