Hairloss and skin problems in FemaleHi, I am a 28yrs old female who had one year back given birth to a baby. After 3 months of my delivery I started losing lot of hair and started getting a deep reddish scar kind of thing between my breasts. Already I have a black patch for many year in my chin, which will darken when I am due for my periods. But now after one year after also I have severe hair loss, both the black patches have increased in size and become very black. I dont have any pain or itching in those areas of my skin. Also my hair has become very lusterless and easily breakable and looks like a doll's articfical hair. And overall skin in my face has scars, small pimples etc. its also very oily.Please HELP
angola_cg on 2009-10-26
carols last decade
Homeopathic medicines to supplement:
From day 1, start taking CALC PHOS 6x, 4 pills morning and evening, twice a day for 1 month. In addition to this also take the following medicine:
Phosphoros 6, once a day for 1 week, Then
Phosphoros 30, once a day for 2 days. Then
Phosphorus 200 - 1 dose only.
Never take or repeat Phosphoros beyond what is asked in the above.
After this take:
THALIUM 30c - 1 dose once every 4 days for 2 to 3 weeks.
Apply Almond Oil to the hair, mixed with 1 drop of Vitamin E Oil on each application.
Try taking just 1 Almond, raw, once a day. Dont take more than 1 or 2 almond in a day.
For general instruction as how to take medicine is in my profile
♡ Reva V last decade
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