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Cure for partial baldness

Dear respected members

what is the cure for partial baldness caused by hypothyroidism

I am male of 40 years, taking some homoepathic medicine for thyroid, and feel better otherwise

Doesnt seem to grow back hair in my bad patches

  sazim on 2005-02-14
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Hair problems are nearly always endocrinal - but to use another hormonal remedy while still on you current medication would be unwise . Wait till you are free of all mediaction .
passkey last decade
Dear Passkey

How about using some homeopathic medicine externally, like Arnica mother tincture mixed with some hair oil

thanks & regards

sazim last decade
Use WITTEKOP 30 CH for your hair problem. It has effect after 2 months.
donnely last decade
Sazim where do you live?
kuldeep last decade
Apart from rubbing the nails, there is need of removing the infection. For this either of the following remedies be tried depending upon the conditions of one person.

For other specifics, you need further consultation by an expert.

White scaly dandruff - Thuja

Due to Syphlis - Ustilago M

Falling in bunches - Phosphorous / calc phos

Due to grief / typhoid - Acid phos

Falling from head - selenium

Falling from all over body - Alumina

Due to syphlis and hair breaks - Acid flour

Bald spots with itching - Vinca Minor

Falling with dandruf - Ammonia mur

Better at sea side - Medorrhinum

Falling during pregnancy and manopause - to be separtely dealwith
Rajendra last decade

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