Hairloss can occur due to many reasons. So first of all a diagnosis has to be made. The common conditions are Androgenetic alopecia (male pattern baldness), telogen effluvium (loss of hair due to stress or when recovering from a serious illness), hairloss due to some deficiency in your food (iron deficiency, vitamin deficiency, protein deficiency etc), hairloss due to thyroid disease, hairloss due to scalp diseases (dandruff, psoriasis, lichen planus), or alopecia areata. Once the cause if found proper treatment can be given. To make a diagnosis we need to see the pattern of hair loss, check your blood for hormone imbalance or nutritional deficiencies, examine your scalp for any disease and then start treatment. Please visit a qualified dermatologist near you so they can make a proper diagnosis. Don't waste your money on random unscientific treatment. Warm regards. Dr. Rajdeep Mysore. Chirag Hospital Bangalore.
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