alopecia aretathanks for ur for 1st mailr. i replied ur mail, but i think bcoz of some problem it haven't reached u. anyway as i already mentioned before that my daughter 3-1/2 years and have alopecia areata since 1-1/2 years is on homeo meds. i asked the dr to give her selenium med as u have recommended. he told me he already have given her selenium in his med prepared by him. apart for that she alredy used vinca minor, lipocol (____)dont rememeber the no. and also arnica montana. i noticed that with arnica montana there isn't any difference but with vinca minor i felt that the hair fall have been lessened. not very sure. bcoz my daughter hair are still going away. some just goes away; some break near the ends and then goes off after few days. one thing more, before her alopecia started near her 2nd b'day she had fever and dr gave her meds with one of her med she had reaction and 4 months prior to that she had varicella injection and 2 months before she had hepatitis vaccination. does that could have led to her this condition. if yes then what can we do? does thse sideeffects goes off with time. she still have4 patches. as i have told u before she uses flucort 0.025% for growing of hair. on some new patches hair have come but from them hair are still breaking off. breaking off of hair is more than from going off from roots. me and my husband are in great need of ur help kindly suggest what can we do.
palu1-randhawa on 2006-04-13
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