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I had a FUT transplant done 45 days back. Hair starting falling from the second week itself. As of now 80% of the hair have fallen. I had a follow up with the doctor he said now they will start growing. But I do not see new hair coming out. The area where hair have fallen is like a clean scalp with no growth. Normally when we shave our head, the hair starts growing next day itself. What should I do? Some dermatologists told me that transplanted hair will start growing only after 4 months. For the first 4 months there would be no visible results, but only hair loss.
I have a dark spots and pimples on face. What can I do for this problem? Please suggest me, simple and natural ways to reduce pimples and spot.
Hi I am 21 years old. My dad and grand father has bald. I am having long forehead as a birth. I felt little hair fall on two sides of head. It is normal .and also I think its because of heredity. Last 2 years only I'm having this due change of water in my college. It is located in industrial area. Please suggest me to get good hair.
I have very less beard want to grow my beard fast how can I get rid from it please suggest some tips and medicine.
I am having pimples for about 5 years and my face is now full of scars and marks. What should I do to control the pimples and to remove the scars and marks?
These days my hair is becoming thin and starts to break & hair loss occurs. I don't have hereditary problem. What are the remedies that I can have a thick and long hairs & can control my hair fall?
Athlete's foot is a common form of a fungal infection. It most commonly occurs between the toes and is medically known as tinea pedis. The most common cause are sweaty feet which when enclosed inside a tight-fitting shoe for a prolong time leads to this condition. The most common symptom of athlete's foot is a scaly rash which causes itching and burning on your foot. It is a contagious disease and is most commonly spread through towels or clothing of people who have that disease. It can also be spread through the floors which people with athlete's foot walk on. Here is everything you need to know about athlete's foot.
- Dirty wet socks inside covered shoes: As mentioned earlier, athlete's foot is a contagious disease which originates from wearing dirty wet socks inside covered shoes.
- Infection: You may also get it by coming into contact with an infected person or their towels and/or clothing. Even walking on the same floor as they walk on may cause an infection.
- Scaly red rash: There is usually a scaly red rash in between the toes when you have athlete's foot.
- Itching: There will be severe itching throughout the persistence of this disease especially when you first take off your shoes.
- Blisters and ulcers: This is not a very common symptom of athlete's foot. However, blisters and ulcers do occur on certain types of athlete's foot.
- Chronic dryness and scaling: This occurs on the soles of the feet and then slowly starts spreading upwards. These symptoms only occur on the type of athlete's foot known as moccasin. Due to this, athlete's foot is often mistaken for eczema and sometimes even dry skin.
- Spreading to the hand: Athlete's foot always starts in your legs and in some cases spread to your hands as well. The likelihood of athlete's foot spreading to your hand is increased if you scratch or pick at the areas of the foot infected.
There are three stages of treatment and these depend on the severity of the infection.
- Over-the-counter medicines: In the first stage of treatment, the doctor will simply prescribe over-the-counter antifungal ointments, sprays or powders.
- Prescription medications: In the next stage of treatment, prescription medications need to be applied to your feet.
- Antifungal pills: If nothing else works, only then should antifungal pills be prescribed.