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Hair loss and microneedling
I am having haie loss for the past one yr..and i m on treatment for the past 1 and half month..thyriod nrml...vit d deficiency and on treatment... accidentally diagnosed with Pcod..but regular cycles and very mild facial hair...bmi is 26..my gynecologist suggested to do exercise atleast 4 days for half an hr..thats all...now g my hair falling wherever i go...in bed..in chair...and my room is full of my hair...i finished microneedling 6 sittings... should i change my dermatologist or continue microneedling.. ??.now my frontal areas are exposed....what should i do??
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Pcod can give u thinning of hair. Medications with treatments like stem cells or prp helps for growth.along with that diet rich in proteins should b helpful.
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PCOS is a major problem causing thinning of hair. Reduce weight that keeps PCOS in check  You can also opt for PRP or stem cell therapy.
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Treatment for hair fall:-Tab. Keraglo eva once daily for 3 months. Hair spray Qilib women solution 6-8 sprays once daily at in morning for one month. Increase protein diet& green leafy vegetables. Anaphase Shampoo / VICHY DERCOS Energising (Anti- Hair Loss) Shampoo. Blood test- haemoglobin & thyroid.
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