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Female alopecia treatment .. Dr.Kadwa please help me

I am 36 years old female. Gave birth 7 months back
Experiencing hair loss. Am already suffering from female patterned baldness... a bit of history
Diagnosed with hyperthyroidism (increased thyroid function)at age 14, currently on treatment with carbimazole 2.5mg per day. Suffering from hair loss from age 21, it has aggravated since 5 years and very severe even before and during pregnancy, hair loss reduced only in 7th month and has reappeared again now. My scalp is already very visible, have premature greying also. My father has baldness and mother has very thin hair. I have female patterned baldness. Now if I have post partum hair loss i may go fully bald!!
Now urgently I want remedy for my hair loss which can be safely taken during breastfeeding. First stop post partum hair loss then the alopecia treatment. Kindly help me urgently

Have already tried nat mur, Sulphur, nux vomica treatments
Nothing has helped me
[Edited by Wuiz on 2018-11-29 20:37:09]
  Wuiz on 2018-11-29
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day 1 to day 3
Lycopodium 30 twice a day

day 5 to day 20
Fluoric acid 30 in evening
[Edited by kadwa on 2018-12-03 06:24:44]
kadwa last week

Ok doctor. Anything I should watch out for??
What about any topical applications sir??
Wuiz 2 days ago

You may make topical applications of your choice. You may see how the remedies affect you as a whole.
kadwa yesterday

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