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I am 21 year old and since last year I have been facing tremendous hairfall. Please suggest me how can I again grow my hairs healthier.
I have very thin hair .androgenic alopecia problem .baldness is locate. Please kindly advice me Dr. to regrow my hair.
Hello doctors. I am 29 year old gal. Day by days my hairs are becoming very dry and hazy, it has loose all its shine n silkiness. I ve long hairs. please suggest me something Although I do not go outside in afternoon, I use mild shampoo n conditioner n in a two month time I take hair spa. Before it was very shiny n healthy. please give me complete feed back.
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