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Treatment Of Erectile Dysfunction
Skin Care Treatment
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Treatment of Neurological Problems
Weight Management Treatment
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Treatment Of Pregnancy Problems
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I am facing hair fall and pattern baldness since two years or more. (my father also has a pattern baldness) Since few months I am experiencing increase in hair fall. I have thyroid for which I am taking thyrox 50 daily Morning. But past one month I stopped taking thyrox so that I can know what is my thyroid levels if I don't take any medicine (that was my mistake), when I did my blood test, TSH level was 39 which was too high. (May be that's why I am experiencing increase in hair fall since few weeks) Last week went to see a doctor he gave me thyronorm 100 for one month. Please suggest me something so that I can recover my hair back and also in bald areas.
I am suffering from neck pain from past one month. I have to sit all day long due to my work. My neck and shoulder blades are paining. My left hand is also paining and I am feeling numbness. Please suggest.
My father has irregular heartbeat he has high blood pressure and hypothyroid since 6 years, ECG report shows that He has RBBB and sinus rhythm in Eco cardio report he has lowest heart beat 32bpm. So now what is diagnostic for this heart problem.
I have a cholesterol problem that is triglycerides is 400. And thing is my heart beat is in normal but for a while it's increase and than come to normal position. Help me out from these problem. Thanks in advance.
Doctor, I am 34 years old. I have one girl baby. Now a days, I am facing skin problem in the head of my penis skin. In small size, there is no problem. When it become big, the skin become thicker and tighter and painful. After that the skin bulging. So I consulted doctor. He said it may be allergy problem, due to more whiteness of your wife. He given some medicine. After one month and after having sex, I faced same problem. My wife consulted with Doctor who told it may copper t allergy. But, there is no problem to my wife. I am only facing this skin problem. Finally I used itch guard. On that time I feel cool on the skin. Now no much problem. But, I fear to have sex, due to allergy in the skin of my penis head. No itching now. But I feel small tightening in that skin while ejaculating time. Please guide me for good medicine. No sore. No more itch. Only the over skin problem. Small white capturing on penis head due to this. If need images, I will take snap and send for your guidance. please help. I feel this after using western toilet few week before.
Is it possible for women to get her period after getting pregnant? How many period they miss there period in pregnancy?
I have 4mm kidney stones in both kidneys and doctor advice me potassium citrate and magnesium citrate oral solution (k mac tonic. Is it helpful to dissolve stones?
Hair fall is not a problem as long as it is within the healthy range. In fact, as part of a normal cycle of hair growth, a person loses between 50- 100 strands of hair per day. The problem arises when the daily hair fall is more than 200 with little or no hair growth. In some cases, the hair growth may be slower than usual. All these factors may trigger thinning of the scalp, a condition commonly known as Alopecia. In some cases, the situation gets so bad that it results in baldness (both in males and females).
Alopecia can be of two types:
- Scarring Alopecia: Here, chances of a hair regrowth is next to impossible as scarring alopecia results in complete destruction of the hair follicles.
- Non-Scarring Alopecia: This is less severe with a strong possibility of hair regrowth as non-scarring alopecia does not destroy the hair follicles.
What triggers severe hair fall or Alopecia in men and women?
Hair fall or Alopecia is no longer a problem associated with old age (Diffuse Alopecia). Young adults (both men and women), in their mid 20's and 30's are suffering from Alopecia. While there may be many factors responsible for alopecia, some of the common and critical triggers are
- Genetics and hereditary: In some people, Alopecia may be more of a genetic and hereditary problem, a condition that is medically known as Androgenic Alopecia. Androgenic Alopecia can affect all and sundry, irrespective of their age and sex. Androgenic alopecia in males is known as Male Pattern Baldness and in females as Female Pattern Baldness. While the hair fall is rapid and severe, the hair growth is slow. In some cases, the hair follicles cease to grow beyond a certain length, resulting in short hair.
- Pregnancy: Many women suffer from a type of alopecia called Telogen Effluvium during their pregnancy. The condition is often a reversible and temporary problem that improves with time. Hormonal changes, stress, fatigue, insomnia and related pregnancy woes may trigger the severe hair fall during pregnancy. Some women also suffer from postpartum hair fall. The trigger here can be an imbalance in the estrogen level, the use of birth control pills, or even stress.
- Hormonal Imbalance: Hormonal imbalance can wreak havoc, giving rise to serious health complications with alopecia being one of them. Androgen (male sex hormone) is one such hormone whose imbalance can trigger Alopecia. The elevated levels of Androgen in the hair follicles are known to inhibit the hair growth. Hair loss can also be an outcome of Estrogen (female sex hormone) deficiency. Some women who had their menopause are likely to suffer from Alopecia.
- Certain medical conditions such as Alopecia Areata (an Autoimmune disorder that triggers sudden and rapid hair fall with the appearance of bald patches on the scalp), Scalp infections, Dermatological problems ( Lichen Planus, Sarcoidosis), PCOS, Thyroid problems, to name a few, are often responsible for severe hair fall.
- Some other factors that may result in alopecia include, excessive use of hair styling products, rapid weight loss, surgery, trauma, or a person undergoing radiation therapy.
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