A 24-year-old female asked:
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do i go to a regular gp to find out if i have a thyroid problem? my hair is thinning out and i'm using minoxidil but would like to know if there's an underlying cause that's in someway treatable. (nb. i had jaundice as a newborn)

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Dr. Sadaf Mustafa
6 years experience Internal Medicine
Hair loss: Hello and welcome to HealthTap, Yes you can be seen by a GP with a complaint of hair loss which can happen due to various reasons including Thyroid abnormality, nutritional deficiency, hormonal imbalances and stress. I hope I have answered your question. Thank you
Answered on Dec 21, 2019
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