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Hair problem as well increased TSH level
I have been losing hairs from all parts of head for about a year now. Initially it was slow but now large numbers of hairs are falling. I have got checked my T3, T4 and TSH levels. All fine but TSH level is 5.32 uIU/mL. Is I am suffering from hypothyroidism and is this the reason for hairfall? Any other test should I go for confirmation? Plz suggest.
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Hello there are lot more reasons for hair fall hypothyroidism is just one of the reason for the hair fall ,please consult Dermatologist for hair fall.
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