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Hair loss and dandruff
Hair dandruff and a small patch of hair loss in front very small What should i do ?
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You may be suffering from androgenic alopecia which is also called as pattern baldness. The hairs start reducing in density at the crown (top) and also the hairline starts refeeding  from the front. This is usually progressive throughout life unless treated. This may also be accompanied by severe dandruff. The FDA approved treatment for this condition is a lotion and tablets. There is no other alternative. No oil or cream will magically work because the hairs are getting miniaturised  and eventually disappearing due to the hormonal effects on the hair roots. Along with this, you can also consider platelet rich plasma therapy for faster results. Please contact me with photos using online consult option for proper examination and treatment. Do not start treatment without consulting.
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Don't worry...you are suffering from seborrheic dermatitis causing dandruff and hair fall... Medicine available for good control... Treatment depends on the severity..Do direct online consultation for detailed prescription by sending photos.
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Possibility of traction alopecia due to tight hairstyle
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