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Hair fall and Lyc???

my friend 28, m, with normal health, height and weight. expriencing hairfall. Do lyc 200 better? plz, dosage?, duration?
  tehseen on 2012-06-05
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
There are hundreds of remedies for hair fall. Why do you think Lycopodium will help them? Do you understand even how a homoeopathic medicine is chosen?
brisbanehomoeopath 8 years ago
tell me what should i do now?
tehseen 8 years ago
Tell your friend to see a homeopath-best
If he were to give his case on here,
he is the one who has to answer the
questions, you can't do it for him.
simone717 8 years ago
what type of information you need? he is always with me for any info.
tehseen 8 years ago
Hi again,
look at the front page of forum and
go down now near bottom and see
any post with Nawazkhan on it. His
posts at the start have a form with about
36 questions. All those should be
answered in order. After they are answered the best would be if you made
a new post, a brand new one-saying
Need remedy for hair fall. That way
drs. on here will see it as a new post
and give a treatment plan with remedy.
You will have more options from more
homeopaths on here when you do that.
simone717 8 years ago

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