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I am 33 aged but unmarried female. There on front portion of my head baldness has come. Regular hair fall near about 90. I have short hair and it is being thinner. Please do suggest what to do? Also mentinable that in winter drandrof comes.

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Hello you need not worry. Take an onion grate it and then squeeze to get the juice. To it add any hair oil you use. Apply this to your scalp and all over the hair, let it stay for 20-25 mins and then shampoo yoir hair. Do this twice a week and you will see changes in 2 weeks. Thank you.
Hi it is advisable to go to a skin specialist who can prescribe proper medicines for your problem. It can be cured and you can get good hair growth back. Medicine plus good diet of more proteins, vitamin c - a, iron, flaxseeds, nuts etc will help.
There are many reasons of hair fall few of them are stress, heredity, wrong eating habits so it can be any one of them that has turn out to be a problem for you but never the less you can always go for natural remedies. So here I am prescribing you a natural remedy. Now what you have to do you have to take 10 to 12 cloves of garlic make a paste of it and add 2 tablespoon mustard oil now apply this paste on your head regularly for 3 months every alternative days. Keep this paste applied to your hair for 20 to 30 minutes after 30 minutes take a bath and never use shampoo which have chemicals so I would suggest kesh kanti shampoo from patanjali is far much better than other shampoos you can also apply aloe vera gel the other alternative day this remedy will help you to cure your hair fall problem permanently. Doing kapal bhati regular will be the best thing to do in morning,
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