hair loss at 19Hi,
I am 19 years old and have been suffering from gradual hair loss for about 4 years now. I am experiencing diffuse thinning and it seems like my hairline is going back. The top of my head has much noticeably less hair than 4 years ago (it was thick and healthy 4 years ago). My hair fall out a lot in showers and I also have to use Head and Shoulders for my hair as I have dandruff. I have tested for iron defficiency, but my iron levels are all good. I am not sure what the cause is. Please tell me how to treat this problem, I would really appreciate it.
saadiaK on 2008-01-31
♡ akshaymohl last decade
Hair loss can be a genetic thing transmitted from mother to son. To see if your loss is genetic .... look at your mother's brothers... If they have thin hair... chances are you will too.
You should be looking at improving your overall constitution and offering more information about yourself would help.
In the meantime I am looking at the following:
Hair loss from forehead back
Aggravation from Bathing
Anxiety about hair health
Based on the above I would suggest PHOSPHORUS 30C...Take 3 pellets and wait... You should notice your dandruff clearing up... Repeat the remedy whenever the dandruff comes back.
If this fails to work... Sulphur, Sepia and Silicia are also possibilities....
In the meantime.... stop using the head and shoulders...and switch to a milder baby shampoo... Use warm water (NOT HOT) on your head and rinse with cold to stimulate circulation.
Consider following a diet for candida (yeast). Do a search on the net and you will find that yeast is also related to hair loss.
Please post back and let us know how you are doing.
Monty1 last decade
does the Phosphorus 30C also have any effect on strenghtening the hair roots?
Also, is it possible to take what was mentionned above by akshaymol (graphite 200 and flouric acid 200) at the same time as phosphorus 30 X?
From the front, my hair is so thin that it is possible to see the scalp clearly. Also about the hairline, I am noticing the hair at the front of my head being shorter and shorter as time goes by. Would Phosphorus help to gradually restore or at least stop the problem?
Thank you Monty1 and akshaymohl and please tell me if my diagnosis changrs at all.
saadiaK last decade
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