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Hair loss in patch
I've got a patch in between my moustache as in loss of hair. I don't know exact what's it but after searching on Google it seems like it's alopecia barbae. I only have one small patch, maybe a centimetre long.
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You may be suffering from alopecia areata. This is an autoimmune condition which happens due to the attack of lymphocytes on the hair roots which results in the formation of bald patches on the scalp. It can affect any hairy of the body including eyebrows and beard. It has to be treated properly for long duration till the time the autoimmunity comes down.If not treated, the bald patches can increase to affect large areas. If it is treated early complete hair growth always happens. Please contact me with photos using online concert option for proper treatment.
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Don't worry...you are suffering from alopecia areata causing this patchy hair loss... Specific medicine available for good control... Treatment depends on the severity..Do direct online consultation for detailed prescription
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It can be treated with medicines. Kindly consult online for a prescription
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