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Hairfall problem
Such thin hair ...combing my hair makes scalp visible Please suggest what should i do please please please ... First i used to have dense hair but now not
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You are suffering from hormonal changes causing Androgenetic alopecia causing hair fall. It's completely stoppable even regrowth of hair is possible with certain medications without any side effects. Treatment depends on the grade of hair loss. So, it's a must for diagnosing which grade, you are in for an effective treatment. Please  send more photos of your head, by direct online consultation for accurate diagnosis and proper treatment.
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Is the thinning of hair and visibility of scalp more in your frontal parting zone of scalp? For how long do you have thinning? How many hair fall in a day? Did you have any illness prior to hairloss? I need proper history and examination to guide you better. There are many causes of hair loss and hair thinning in females. You can consult online for proper diagnosis and treatment.
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This condition is called Telogen Effluvium. It's a reversible condition in which hair falls out after a stressful experience. The stress pushes large numbers of hair follicles into a resting phase. Within a few months, those hairs can fall out. Types of stress can include any hormonal issues like thyroid or any major illness like Covid. Once u start appropriate medications it takes approximately 3-5 months to start seeing any visible difference. U will know if the medication is working if ur hair loss reduces. Growth of hair will occur only post the cessation of hair loss. Normal hair fall upto 100 a day is normal. If it is more than 100 then it is a cause of concern that needs to b addressed. It's a reversible condition but needs to b treated to prevent further hair loss. Consult a Dermatologist.
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