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Excessive Hairfall Issue

For last 10 years I am suffering from hairfall problem. The problem usually starts in winter (sometimes in monsoon like this year) and cure itself by the start of summer.

In past my homeopathic doctor treated me with Natrum Mur 200. Earlier I took advice from Dr Kadwa who prescribed me Silicea 200 for the hairfall and it worked.

As with the start of monsoon, I have facing excessive hairfall problem again. Even gently combing hair results in hairfall. I took 3 dose of Silicea 200 20 days back like Dr Kadwa has prescribed me in past but this time it didn't work. There is also itching on the scalp and little dandruff. Itching is mostly on crown area. Could somebody please help me?

I also want to add that my face is very oily for past couple of month so much so that I have to wash it several times a day. And due to oily face, I am facing pimple issue as well.

Age: 32
Gender: Male
Height: 5 feet 7 inches
Weight: 57 KG
Profession: Self Employed
Weather: North Indian weather. I am from Ghaziabad.
Repetitive Dream: I actually see the dream of losing hairs like every couple of months.

Medical History: Had jaundice in childhood. Couple of years ago I had high blood pressure for which I took medicine for a while. I am not on medicine anymore.

Family Medical History: Father also has high blood pressure and he also has Parkinson's.

Thirst: Normal
Urine: Normal

Crave for Food: Usually junk food like Pizza, Burgers or chips. I also drink tea a lot.

I have undergone tests for thyroid, dont have it. I have also taken blood test for Sugar which came normal. Don't have any history of diabetes in family.

Sweat: I sweat a lot especially from nose.
  mayankgates on 2019-08-05
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Some degree of hair loss ( up to 100 hairs a day) is pretty normal for everyone.

Also you maybe having a male patter baldness which genetics and will be hard to stop.

So I woould like to know that your case is non of above and how much hairs are you loosing everyday? a handful of hairs each time you wash or comb your hair? and loosing hair from a front or top or side or back of your head?
Tui 3 years ago
Thanks for the reply. I am not sure if its male pattern baldness but as far as I know, its not seasonal. But my problem is mostly triggered in Monsoon/Winter and cure itself at start of summer around March.

And I am losing a lot more than 100 hairs, mostly from from top and side of head, not much from back of head.
[Edited by mayankgates on 2019-08-06 04:20:57]
mayankgates 3 years ago
Have you tried taking Silica again?

If not, I suggest you start taking Silica 200c, one dose in every 3 days for 15 days and report back.

1 dose is 2 pills or drops.
Tui 3 years ago
Sir I have already tried taking Silicea 200. 3 dose in gap of 12 hours each as prescribed earlier by Dr Kadwa. But unfortunately it hasn't worked. Its already been more than 15 days.

Just want to point out that there is inching on the crown area of head. I am also losing more hairs from crown and front area of head than back of the head.
[Edited by mayankgates on 2019-08-09 17:47:35]
mayankgates 3 years ago
Sounds like you have male pattern baldness. Just look around your male relatives. How about your fater? Does he still have a full hair or he had the same problem as yours? How about your mother's side? Your uncles? Your grandfaters?

Anyway, take Thuja 30c, twice a day for 15 days and report back.

1 dose is 2 pills or drops.

Also change the shampoo to something natural if you can.
Tui 3 years ago

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