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Weightloss sideffects
Hi, i am 19,female. I had a head full of hair since my childhood but it started falling since 2years and got reduced to less than half of what i had and last year in aug i was diagnosed with pcod to which my doc prescribed some meds and suggested to loose weight n nothing else. I lost 10kgs since then. I always had dry skin but followed the cleasing,toning,moisturising routine evryday n my skin lookd great. Recently my skin started developing small dry patch like skin,dry areas and no matter what i use (coconut oil,honey,vitE cap,cold cream) nothing works. And my hairfall has increased rapidly and i can see my forhead getting broader due to hairloss. I tried checking google and it said weightloss has sideffects on skin and hair,but if this continues for long i might get bald. This is really stressing me and hindering my confidence. Please suggest some cream/lotion/body milk/meds/shampoo/anything that may help.
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Hi..... vitamin B-12 deficiency or problems with your pituitary or thyroid gland can cause hair loss that’s reversible if the problem is corrected.....To prevent hair damage that may cause hair loss, follow these tips: Go natural: Leave your hair its natural color and texture..... Choose products wisely: Use a basic shampoo designed for your hair type. Consult Dermatologist.....
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