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grey hairs and baldness

dear doctors,

I came to know that baldness can be reversed through homeopathic medicines. Is it true ?

If yes, I want to ask about homeo medicines for my husband, who is just 35yrs old - ( i dont if i can call it premature greying )and the problem with his hair is two - fold:

1) He has baldness starting from front centrally till the middle of his head

2) His hairs near ears and at back side where shirt collar touches, have turned white. Another distressing things we have noticed is that even his beard hair while seen 5 days after shaving is White !! -- it is so embarassing !!

My husband is somewhat obese for his height with 85kgs weight, eats vegetarian diet, minimal exercise and eats curry leaves, salads and sprouts regularly in food. I am unable to stop him from eating junk food while at office. He does not have any acidity problem and is not taking medicines apart from daily multi-vitamins and garlic pearls.

We have tried our hands at all natural remedies since last 6 months like natural shikakai, medicated hearbal soaps (because of grey beard hairs) and regular oil massage on head with herbal oil prepared at home by boiling dried curry leaves and ginger in coconut oil.

Please suggest a good and speedy remedy to stop greying and regrowth of his bald hair !!
  vinootha on 2010-09-06
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dear doctors,
can someone reply to this... pls tell if you need any other information about the patient
vinootha 9 years ago
pls tell me remedy to this two-fold problem...

since it is both, i am not having the knowledge about homeopathy and hence no confidence to use the medicine chart to find out the medicines... so am asking for expert advice...
vinootha 9 years ago
so finally i used the grid to find answer... i dont know if it is correct for twofold problem - male baldness and greying in the remaining portions

Lycopodium Clavatum

pls help me if it correct and also the dosage, potency

if it is not correct, pls reply to this post
vinootha 9 years ago
can dr sameer, dr rishimba, dr mohla or dr mahfooz or some other dr give response to this

1) is medicine correct or not ?

also please tell me the dosage pattern...

earnestly waiting for answers
vinootha 9 years ago
Yes homeopathic medicine can reverse hair loss if it is curable (i.e. genetic hair loss can not be reverse).

Regarding Lycopodium use, it is not a safe medicine to start treatment.

Attach a photo of his scalp.

Do your husband's parents had lost their hair in early age. If yes then it is difficult to treat.

Also provide his diet in detail.
Dr. Rakesh Km Lko 9 years ago
oh am sorry dr rakesh... seeing ur reply just now... will attach the photo of his scalp soon...

in the meantime, these are answers :

1) his parents have full grown hair though it has turned fully grey after 70 years. so there is not hereditary pattern in him.

2) his diet is vegetarian food. chappati, oily or dry curry, rice and some salads.
just 2 cups of tea per day. never tasted coffee..
vinootha 9 years ago
I have seen male patients with male-pattern baldness get some hair growth back on a good constitutional remedy (simillimum). I don't remember any of them ever being Lycopodium. However this has only been the case when they are younger than one might expect to see with such baldness, and it is not too far along.

For those who have been balding for quite a few years, who have lost most of their hair, I have not seen any hair return, despite a huge surge in their health on other levels.

On the other hand, I have definitely seen a few 'early greying' patients turn out to be Lycopodium constitutionally.
brisbanehomoeopath 9 years ago
brisbane homeopath,
thanks for your reply. i did not visit this site earlier so seeing ur reply now only. for both urs and dr rakesh's reference will post the photos of patient's scalp and then ask for remedy. think that will be apt than trying out many medicines
vinootha 9 years ago
I cannot make a prescription on the basis of a photo I am afraid. Perhaps Dr. Rakesh can do that?
brisbanehomoeopath 9 years ago
ok drs,
i am sending only 1 photos because of 64k limit. I have more photos - front baldness, middle baldness and backside baldness interspersed with awful white hairs.

He is just 36 years of age following vegetarian diet and takes multivitamins and uses herbal soaps and shikakai (shampoo) to wash his hair.

Even his beard is coming out with white hairs, which is making us worrisome.

Pls let me know if u want any further info and photos.

he is not on any homeo medications as of now.

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vinootha 9 years ago
ok here is the photo of his grey / white hairs on the back of his head
vinootha 9 years ago
photo of backside white hairs
vinootha 9 years ago
photo trying to attach

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vinootha 9 years ago
moving up... attn drs...
vinootha 9 years ago
dr rakesh and brisbane homeopath - pls reply !!
vinootha 9 years ago
i thought drs told they will reply after seeing photos ...but no one has replied ????

pls see the photos and give your suggestion as i have not come upon livon hair gain or nuzen hair oil and am tempted to make my husband use it...
vinootha 9 years ago
This forum is crap and you never get a proper response. They always have some debate and arguments with their findings and no one is consistent in helping patients.
shahidukok 7 years ago
I'm sure you'll get some suggestions but everyone with balding has backed up lymph in their heads. A diet change that would help get lymph moving would be to switch to raw fruit and vegetables. Eating raw fruit, especially berries, grapes, melons, apples during the day and a green salad at night would help him on the path to wellness.

Rice and Legumes although not as bad as meat and dairy and bread still are hard to digest and back up the lymphatic system. Doing that along with herbs to increase the upper circulation or the correct homeopathic remedy would really help. Also ear candling to draw out mucous from the head through the ears would help.

He could check his urine to make sure his kidneys are filtering. The urine should be cloudy and have specs of dust like particles and even strings of mucous if they are working. If not he needs to get his kidneys filtering again which the diet change will help with. Anyone who has clear urine should avoid protein including nuts; legumes and rice or other grains... and of course meat and dairy.

Also get some pH test strips and test the urine first thing in the AM and then later in the day. The goal is about a 7.4 pH for the lymph to really move. You can test the saliva pH too.
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Curious2 7 years ago
Homeopathy is an effective form of treatment for numerous dermatological problems; but as far as reversing hair loss goes, the jury is still out on that. I was also facing the same problem until six months ago, but after consulting and taking treatment from Dr. Cole’s forhair clinic, I can see dramatic improvements in my situation. The hair loss is minimal and the texture of my hair has improved vastly.
riley7 7 years ago

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