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Female baldness on the scalp

Dear Dr Kumar,
I am 22 years old now. I had dengue and chicken-pox 7 years ago. After that I have lost a lot of hair. I got hair rebonding done twice 4 years ago. For the last 6 years my hair has become very thin and especially on the scalp. My scalp is almost bald. Please tell me what should I do? I want thick hair. I am very depressed:(. I have been taking the following medicines for the last 1 year but I dont see any improvement.
1) Acidum hydrofluoricum 30
2) Silicea 30
3) Acidum hydrochloricum 30
4) Natrium chloratum 30
5) China= 1x
  hair_loss_00 on 2009-05-04
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Please have daily light message of Olive oil puring/mixing Arnica-Q ( with a ratio of 3:10 drops)into on the top and take Wiesbeden-30 ( 5 drops per dose thrice a day for about 2/3 weeks and no other medicine please. More over state any other complication relating to this.

Mahfoozurrehman last decade
Thanks Dr Mahfooz. I will start this medication very soon. How long will it take to see some positive reult? For how long will i use the hair oil? I have a problem that is whenever i use any oil my hair falls alot.
hair_loss_00 last decade
I also wanted to know that do I have to keep the oil over night or just for few hours? Can i shampoo my hair everyday since I will be using the oil?

hair_loss_00 last decade
yes please start and continue it for a month and not changes. Avoid to use unnecessary shampoos use soap.

Mahfoozurrehman last decade

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