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Hair loss and treatment with dermaroller
I am losing around 30 to 40 hairs per day...i taking treatment for dandruff and dermaroller for the past 1 and half month...1 st weeks after treatment the results were good...but now i am losing hair like pre treatment days...i am on treatment for Pcos too...accidentally diagnosed with Pcos...i only have hair loss and mild hirsuitism...reg.cycles..i want a solution for my hair loss prob..why i m still losing hair even after taking treatment...tsh and fasting insulin and vit d is within normal levels...
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Hair fall anf hair gain both are gradual processes...any hairfall treatment should be continued for atleast 6 months.and once your pcod is under control your hair and skin both will be much better.stress can also give hairfall.there are other treatments like prp which helps in hair growth n stops fall as well.
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Improvement in hair loss will occur after abt 3 to 4 months, because hair growth rate is 0.35mm per day. More than 100 hair loss per day is where you should worry about. Consider correcting your PCOS and hirsutism by hormonal therapy which will help in decreasing hair loss.
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