Alopecia Areata hair loss on beard nd mustacheHello Experts,
I'm 27 yrs old guy, from past 2 yrs I'm suffering from Alopecia Areata type of hair loss on beard nd mustache. The patch come on various spots randomly and after 6 months to 9 months the hair re-grows automatically. I have gone through various allopathy treatments but the is no permanant solution to it. If I gets allopathy treatment for AA spot on one region, the patch comes on another different region either on beard or mustache. There is no such problem on rest of the body including the head and pubic region. I'm looking for some permanent treatment to this problem if any homeopathy has.
Age: 27 yrs
Blood Pressure: Normal
Diabetics : No
Any serious illness in past: No
Any sort of Stress: No
Additional details, the Problem started after moving to a new climate, earlier I was staying in extreme climate and have no such problem. After moving to modrate climate it started might be due to water but there is no such problem on any part of body other than Beard nd mustache.
If you have know some permanent solution/ treatment in homepathy it would be much appriciated.
gsghotra on 2009-02-21
♡ akshaymohl last decade
First of all I would like to thank you for replying to my Post.
Also I would like to add more on to my problem. There is no sign of fungus on the affected area. Sometimes I feel itching on the spot or adjoining area nd in next few days the patch increases in size. I'm not rubbing or scratching the affected area.
gsghotra last decade
gsghotra last decade
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