Hair medicine
My friends ask me refollium medicine use,, coming new hair and stop hair loss. refollium medicine right to me ya not.?
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Hi. Hairfall in young men could be patterned or unpatterned and either related to external causes or genetically pre-programmed as in the case of androgenetic alopecia. You may be suffering from early onset androgenetic alopecia. Does your father or brother or maternal uncles have balding? This could genetically predispose you to balding. Further environmental factors , pollution, stress, junk food and poor diet could cause you to lose hair further. You'll probably need treatment with hair care lotions or serums - something that has vasodilator properties and improves thickness of hair and reduces hair loss. Have a good balanced nutritious diet. Yes, your hair density can be restored if you take timely treatment and care of your hair. There are also advanced therapies like platelet rich plasma therapy, microneedling, mesotherapy with stem cells, etc which improve hair growth and thickness.If you have dandruff also, you'll need an antifungal shampoo – applying oils may worsen dandruff. See a qualified dermatologist near you /contact with photos and further detailed history on practo direct. Hope this helps. Caution: Make sure you see a qualified MD / DNB/ DVD dermatologist for all your skin and hair issues. Don’t be lured in by quacks. Know your treating doctor/ discourage quackery!Warm regards, Dr Govind Suresh Mittal. Bengaluru PS : PLEASE TAKE MEDICINES ONLY PRESCRIBED BY A DOCTOR.MULIT VITAMINS LIKE REFOLLIUM DO SUPPORT HAIR GROWTH AND MAY BE TAKEN FOR A FEW MONTHS - BUT THAT ALONE MAY NOT HELP
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