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I am 70 years old, while Walking I tend to loose balance as also I have pain in my left foot, some time there is little swelling in a nerve on the upper part near middle of the foot and above the arch. Please suggest some homeopathic medicine.
Hlo Dr ! i am suffering elbow joint pain for both the hands, do not no y? Right hand is more then left ,suffering from last few months .is any problem is there for me? No other complaints for me. menstrual cycle is 20 to 25 days for me please suggest a good remedy for me.
Alopecia areata also called as patchy hair loss is a non scarring type of hair loss. It can affect any area of the body and can present in different patterns. It is a benign condition, however it can cause significant psychological stress in the affected patients.
Causes of alopecia areata:
The exact cause of alopecia areata is still an enigma. It is supposed to be an autoimmune condition. It is believed that the immune system of the body plays a role against the hair follicles.
Various triggering factors like stress, hormones, diet, infectious agents, vaccination are also believed to play a role in pathogenesis of alopecia areata.
Alopecia areata is also associated with certain other autoimmune conditions like diabetes mellitus, vitiligo, anemia, and thyroid disease.
Alopecia areata commonly manifests as localised well demarcated patches of hair loss. The patches may be single or multiple in nature. Scalp is the most common site, although any part of the body may be affected. Alopecia areata may affect the eyebrows, eyelashes, axillary hair, pubic hair or any other part if the body.
Corticosteroids have been the mainstay in the treatment of alopecia areata. Topical, oral or parenteral preparations can be used.
Intralesional corticosteroids have been the treatment of choice in adults with alopecia areata.
ILS is given in the deep dermis or upper subcutaneous tissue. Injections are repeated every 4 to 6 weeks.