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Hairfall, acne spots
In november i got pimples now they gone but leave marks on both cheeks pls suggest me something to get rid off them.. Nd since i came here in hyderabad im suffering with a serious Hairfall problem Pls help me out Thanku
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You may have PCOD/PCOS/Hormonal Imbalance. Symptoms : Irregular periods or no periods at all. difficulty getting pregnant (because of irregular ovulation or failure to ovulate) excessive hair growth (hirsutism) – usually on the face, chest, back or buttocks. weight gain. thinning hair and hair loss from the head. oily skin or acne.
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Blood tests for Hormones. Contact a Physican for Diagonose/Carry Blood test reports / Reduce weight by 10-20% miniumum of your current weight,
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Exercise 45 minutes a day. Start with Yoga/Brisk walk. Cut down on Carbs/High Glycemic Index Food. Do not apply shampoos and oil on head without medical advise. Do not touch the spots on face.
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You can have Calc Phos 6x twice daily 2 tablets. Also Merc sol 30 once daily for 7 days and respond after one week for folllow up prescription.
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Hair fall/loss and acne are common problems. They may be due to ageing, heredity, hormonal influence, defective life style and unbalanced diet etc. Sometimes there may be hair fall in large quantities due to certain conditions like thyroid diseases, tinea capitis, or due to chemotherapy and radiation therapy. Exposure to chemicals, excessive shampooing and blow drying also trigger the hair loss. Especially in women hair fall is effectively managed by homoeopaths. Homoeopaths generally manage such cases by considering case history, constitution, modality, generalities etc.(known as constitutional remedy). Usually homoeopathic doctors prescribe drugs like Sepia, Acidum fluoricum, Acidum phosphoricum, Graphites, Natrum muriaticum, Phosphorus, Pulsatilla, Thuja, Apis, Selinium, etc.
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Hair-loss may be due to various causes like Vitamin and mineral deficiency, fungal infections, seborrheic dermatitis, psoriasis, Hormones imbalances and many other causes. For correct diagnosis and treatment, send me more information about your health. Have a head wash with Amla & Reetha Water {put some whole dried Amla (Indian gooseberry) & whole dried Reetha (the soap nut) in bowl of lukewarm water in evening and use its liquid to wash head in morning}
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If you have good faith in Homeopathy you can apply: Cantharis Q 5% & Ceanothus A Q 10% in Extra Virgin Olive oil daily for dry scalp (or in pure water for oily scalp) Internally you can also take - Lycopodium 30 & Thallium M 30 (each thrice daily)
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Under supervision of qualified homeopathic consultant only Also take some vitamin and mineral supplements with Homeopathic medicines.
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Scars can involve textural change in the superficial and deep dermis, and can also be associated with erythema, and less often pigmentary change. In general, treatment of acne scarring is a multistep procedure. First,examination of is necessary to classify the subtypes of scarring that are present. Then, the patient´s primary concerns are elicited, and the patient is offered a menu of procedures that may address the various components of the scarring process...it can be removed by using chemical and mechanical peeling and also by laser treatment...do not wash your hair too roughly, do not use many shampoos, you should not wash your hair with too hot water...try to have healthy diet at regular intervals,drink more water,manage stressful situations smoothly if possible avoid them,biotin supplements helps you...Consult nearest dermatologist they will do the needful.
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Hello, Your age is only 19 and suffering  from skin disorder and hairfall  which are  symptoms of internal disorder which has not been mentioned.  However without going through  proper case recording, it is not possible to comment. Such comment may lead wrong treatment.So if you feel free may contact through website askhomoeo.com for proper medication where you will get the phone no.
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I got to complete my skin OPD with Dr. S.D. Mehta (Considered amongst top 10 dermatologist in India) at GMSH,Sect. 16, Chandigarh and there I got to learn one fact, when you are young, you get acne which is normal and gradually these will disappear and wrinkles will appear on your skin. It's upto you which one you want to choose for no matter what you think, do or say you will end up getting one of them. But, Acne vulgaris ie. big pimples with pus and which pain a lot and comes in outbursts is a disorder and generally related to stomach disorders especially constipation.
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both of these disorders can be managed by a good anti-psora medicine and I would advise you to go for a proper constitutional homoeopathic consultation.
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Acne leave hyperpigmented marks. Can be easily  treated by Homoeopathy. Consult a qualified  Homeopath. Even acne will get reduced.
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