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is it normal to experience more hair loss during autumn? even if i have never experienced it before? i'm loosing 40 hairs a day average

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Dr. Edwin Ishoo
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Hair loss: Your hair loss has nothing to do with Autumn but it is most likely related to your medication, especially Accutane which is well known for causing temporary and even permanent hair loss.
Answered on Nov 28, 2017
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