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Eyelashes Curling Down
Likely, but in time.: There are 3 growth cycles of an eyelash and it can take several months for them to grow back. It is normal for us to shed our eyelashes but they do so in a somewhat staggered pattern so we don't notice it in one certain area. The chalazions can affect the health of the eyelash follicle and make lashes come out earlier or damage further procution. Prevention of chalazions is key here. Good luck! ...Read more
Yes: Eyelashes will grow back.Get a more detailed answer ›
Happens.: Eyelashes may at times have a mind of their own! ...Read more
If you have...: Artificial nails, remove them. A common cause is damage from the adhesive applied to hold the acrylics. Then, keep your nails away from soap & water and harsh chemicals as much as possible (wear gloves). Take biotin (one of the b vitamins) 5000 units per day. Use nail polish, either one color coat or 2 clear coats. Be patient, it may take several weeks to bring your nails back to normal. ...Read more
Hello doctor! My eyebrow hurts and when I pull out my eyebrow hair the hair falls off ! Any solutions ? Thank you !
C your pediatrician: Also eyebrow hair does fall out when you pull on it (tweeze it). If not when tweezing, I'd suggest not pulling on it for now, as a temporary solution until you have it checked out by your doctor. Make sure your thyroid is checked too, as often eyebrow hair loss in the outer 1/3 can be seen with hypothyroidism. Your doctor will have more answers after seeing and examining you. ...Read more
My hairs are extremely damaged by hot straightening iron if i shave off my head will my head grow healthy thick hairs ?
Nobody knows- perhap: Nobody knows for sure. It may, perhaps. You can only try and see what happens. If there is no damage to the scalp- like scar tissue etc from the hot iron- and as long as your nutrition is good- yes, i think there is a good chance that you hair will be better than your hair now. I don't know about whether it is going to be thick hairs-but i think, it would be better than your hair now. ...Read more
No: While there are many home remedies to increase the growth of eyebrows including castor oil, coconut oil, biotin and onion juice there's limited data to suggest any real strong benefit. At least, though, these remedies are unlikely to harm you. You do need to be careful about overgrooming though. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
See an MD: Sounds like alopecia. You should see a dermatologist for a definitive diagnosis and treatment plan. ...Read more
Hii i have hair fall down problem.everyday my hair fall down slowely slowely and also my hair growth reduce day by day.how can i regrowth my hair????
Determine cause: Hair loss is a common problem. First thing to do is determine the cause of the hair loss which can be from stress, poor nutrition, low iron, and thyroid issues to name a few. I have done research on the supplement viviscal and if you are not allergic to shellfish or shark, its a great supplement high in deep sea fish protein. but see your doctor to determine the cause ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
When eyebrows goes up the right eyebrow goes higher, when i eat myright eye eyelash moves up and down little bit.sometimes nerve pain behind right eye?
Oily head top, flakes, hair fall at the crown and temples. Lots of body hair. How do I stop the hair fall ?
Depends on cause...: One's primary care doctor can check for medical causes. If none are found, then one can see a dermatologist, especially one specializing in hair restoration (some treatments: minoxidil, finasteride, hair transplants, ...). Medical causes may include: hormonal problems (low thyroid), seborrhea, alopecia areata, stressful illness. Other causes: genetic male/female pattern baldness, telogen effluvium. ...Read more
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