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Hair thinning

This is my first posting. I am a female, in my late thirties. Since having my first child (I now have 2) I have noticed my hair thinning, and lacking the volume it once had. In the last year, the thinning seems to have increased, particularly at the top and sides. I have been treated my Nat Mur once before (before my pregnancies) and have started taking it again for the hair. I have just started taking Nat Mur 5CH (I live in Europe), two granules in the morning, and two at night. Can anyone advise me if this is the correct therapy? I am a 'Nat Mur' type, according to homeopathy!
  Voula on 2006-07-09
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Arnica has helped many who have suffered from Hair Loss.

If you would like to have more information on its use, please type in Hair Loss into the Search Forums window on the left and read the posts that deal with the subject.
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