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Pcod and hairfall
I am suffering pcod. And huge hairfall. Minoxidil does not suit me. What shoud I do now. I want to do prp treatment
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You should get all your hormonal profile blood tests done . Consult a gynaecologist if any abnormality is there. Because first you need to correct the hormonal imbalance, then only your hairfall will improve.
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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 PCOS. 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. Treatments like PRP will help rejuvenate and improve the hair loss by strengthening the hair roots.
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