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alopecia - help me

I have a small patch of complete hair loss on the back portion of my head. This is circular and diameter of this is around 1.5 inches. I have consulted with a dermatologist and he has diagnosed the problem as 'ALOPECIA ARETA'. He has prescribed 'Five percent topical minoxidil solution' to apply twice a day, and one pill of Vitamin E. He told that hairs may come back or may not come back.

Is it possible in homeopathy to get rid from this disease? Kindly prescribe some medicine which can help me.
  abhishek1612 on 2007-05-29
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try sepia 200 morning empty stomach and acid carb Q for ext use and report me after 15 days.

dr.deoshlok sharma
deoshlok last decade

Please try alternately as follows:
Calceria Phos-30

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