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Dr. Leonard Lado answered:

Experiencing for 2 yrs severe chronic fatigue,hair loss,no menstrual cycle, shortness of breath,nausea,frequent bronchitis,joint/muscle pain.Been taking adderol.RBC platelet TiBc others off.Med cause?

Fatigue

Adderall
First must look at common causes such as thyroid disease and pituitary dysfunction. Assuming you dont have an eating disorder where restriction leads to malnutrition then the search needs to go other diseases such as autoimmune disease and rheumatological disorders. Adderal will not help as it may cause rebound depression making mood worse along with physical symptoms. Dysautonomia can cause this.
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Dr. Alvin B. Lin answered:

Im losing hair very quickly & the volume has reduced considerably. This worries me alot because my menstrual cycle is already a week late?

Alopecia

Menses
Alopecia or hair loss has many different causes. Unfortunately, we often can't explain why but explain it as a reaction to stress (very common after hospitalization, surgery, childbirth, etc), poor nutrition, thyroid disorders, etc. Skin infections & immune system disorder can cause hair loss, too. In men, too much dihydrotestosterone can cause hair loss. Don't forget medications. Go see your doc.
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No bowl movement in at least 2 wks, menstrual cycle stopped, hair loss, dizzy, dry skin & texture changed. Barely eat once a day, drink a lot reg soda?

Myxedema???

Hypothyroidism
You are describing a lot of symptoms of severe hypothyroidism - please see your doctor immediately as this can be quite serious if left untreated!
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Dr. Vicki Levine answered:

Extended/unusual (12+ days) menstrual period w/clots; hair loss; mild dizziness. Are they poss. related? Watch/wait or make an appointment?

Don't delay

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I would see your gynecologist as soon as possible since it is unclear how much blood you were losing and that Might explain your dizziness
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Is it normal to be losing hair after weight loss surgery?

Telogen effluvium

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Yes, it's probably related to telogen effluvium, which is temporary hair loss of varying degree that tends to occur after a stressful event. Common triggers include weight loss and surgery, among others.
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My 25yr bro is losing hair.Plz suggest home remedy for hair loss.what veg diet to follow. Will hair oil help.

He must

Baldness
He must see a dermatologist for evaluation and to discuss treatment options.
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I have been having muscles spasms on my arms , weight loss, blurry vision at times and losing hair. What could it be ?

Many

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It could be many diseases. Please see your doctor for evaluation and to discuss treatment options.
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Dr. G J. Funari answered:

How common is hair loss in women? I never see a female who is losing hair. How common is it for women to experience hair loss? .

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Fortunately hair loss (alopecia) in women is infrequent, but tends to lead to loss of self esteem more than in men. The underlying causes are aging, hormones and genetics. Attached is a link with good information regarding the problem.
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Dr. Ed Friedlander answered:

I'm 20 y/o male and have been losing hair for more than an year. Which blood tests should I do to find out the cause of my hair loss?

Thyroid, and...

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Rule out hypothyroidism now. All masculinized men have remodeling of the hairline on their temples at about age 20. I trust this isn't what you're seeing. Unless you are very hairy-chested, androgenic alopecia at age 21 would be surprising. You may have telogen effluvium or alopecia areata; these aren't diagnosed on bloodwork though there are confirmatory tests; I trust you don't have hepatitis C.
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