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Excessive Hairfall in Winter

I am 28 years old Male from India. I face excessive hairfall problem during winter. The problem of hairfall starts with the start of winter and my hairs stop falling with the start of summer.

I first had this problem some 6-7 years back. First I consulted a dermatologist who said I am suffering from premature baldness. He said it was genetic since my father had similar problem.

Later I went to a homeopathic doctor who gave me medicine which cured the problem up to great extend. I didn't get the problem for some years but now again I am having the problem. Unfortunately the doctor has moved to some other city.

My hairs fall from all parts but less from the back of the head. Even lightly combing the hairs result in excessive hairfall. Please suggest a medicine.
 
  mayankgates on 2015-11-02
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
If you remember which remedy he gave you, take that again.
 
fitness 4 years ago
I think the remedy were Natrum Mur 200 and Phosphorus 200. One to take in morning, other at night. Not sure about the medicines. Should I take them?
 
mayankgates 4 years ago
Can't be both.

Take one dose, just one dose, not daily, of Phosphorus 200 and see how it effects you in 2 weeks.
 
fitness 4 years ago
I took Phosphorus 200 as suggested by you. It had no impact. The way I am losing hairs, soon there will be bald spots on my head. please help.
 
mayankgates 4 years ago
can somebody help?
 
mayankgates 4 years ago

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