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Hair Regrowth After Typhoid Fever
No: Not at all....Get a more detailed answer ›
Healthy hair growth: There are many possible causes for hair loss. The dermatologist can work you up to determine cause. That way, treatment can be targeted to correct the problem. For healthy hair growth: Get adequate sleep, avoid excess sugar & fat in diet, v carbonated beverages, eat enough protein, exercise regularly. Biotin helps (but don't over do it). Insure you have adequate Iron (like kale & other dark green > ...Read more
I had typhoid approx a month ago now I'm free from it but having extreme hair fall what should I do? Please help, I never had that extreme hairfall.
Causes of hair loss: Include recent illness. This should recover.Get a more detailed answer ›
I had typhoid 2 years ago and lost lots of hair to it and I still loose it now even though I cured it. (i still get instant allergies in my upper body)?
Hair loss: Hair loss can be caused by many different conditions- like significant infection, high fever, skin/scalp condition- like infections, thyroid problem, nutritional deficiency, hormonal problem, idiopathic/familial/male pattern baldness etc. Yes, thyphoid fever can trigger hair loss. Other conditions should be considered. Start by seeing dermatologist/primary care doctor. ...Read more
Had typhoid 2 yrs back. Hair fall problems since then. Have scanty and thin hair. Please provide a solution?
Iron and thyroid: Loss of hair can be very concerning. Possible areas to be tested would include iron levels and thyroid hormones. These can be easily checked with blood work by your doctor. ...Read more
Recently got typhoid. Took antibiotics. Now massive hair loss occurring. Is e-cap a solution? Or what really is?
Not really: Did your father go bald at a relatively young age? If it bothers you enough there are hair transplants. But probably the best thing is to get used to the new beautiful, handsome you. Bald men are considered more virile! ...Read more
Can damaged hairs (persistently weak, dandruff prone, excessive hair fall, stunted growth)be an aftermath of typhoid fever that was treated on time?
my hair become very puffy and curly after taking ceftriaxone vaccine to prevent typhoid fever Is there any way to get back my straight hair?
Hair stylist helps: Interesting coincidence. A skilled hair stylist can help. One's primary care doctor and also a dermatologist can evaluate to see if there is any medical disorder that is causing changes in the hair. Haven't heard of antibiotics such as cetriaxone curling a person's hair, nor of typhoid vaccine (oral or injected) doing that either. ...Read more
I feel beaten up with constant headaches, bodyaches &heavy eyes to the extent that I can't bend or bow down my head. Wat symptoms.? Malaria, typhoid?
See a doctor: Possibly an infectious diseases expert. Malaria and typhoid are not common in the usa, but if you are elsewhere these may have to be looked for. Your symptoms are too non-specific to suggest a specific diagnosis, but you sound sufficiently ill to require care. Hope you get better soon. ...Read more
Sir after treatment of typhoid. Compltd. I felt better for few days and now am getting head aches. What may be the cause doctor??
I had unsafe sex two month ago. I suffered from typhoid a fews days after that. Yet I have head ache, body aches, legs pain, heart pain. Is it hiv?
Hopefully not: But see a doc and get some tests done ...Read more
Male Hair Regrowth: When it comes to male pattern hair loss, prescription medication and physician-only devices are going to be your best bet. Over-the-counter products/devices are weak at best. Start with a abhrs board certified physician who specializes exclusively in hair loss and don't be afraid to travel or start a long-distance consult for this kind of expertise. 90% of patients can get a positive result! ...Read more
Years months: Years for growing phase. Months for resting phase. ...Read more
I have a lot of kinky hair regrowth from my trichotillomania. Is it possible for the follicle repair itself in time? Will I have kinky hairs forever?
Maybe...Maybe not: Destruction and damage to hair follicles due to trichotillomania (repeated hair pulling) typically causes permanent hair growth problems like poor (kinky) hair growth or no growth at all. Traction alopecia is the medical term for the permanent obliteration of the follicle. Hair quality improvement after pulling ceases will take up to a year. After that, transplants are needed to restore growth. ...Read more
Hair loss: You can try Propecia (finasteride) after consulting a physician. It could help but sometimes not. Please be noted Propecia (finasteride) do have side effects. Hence without consulting a physician don't start. Hair transplantation is another viable option. You have to discuss with cosmetic surgeon. ...Read more
Limited Results: From shampoos alone, hair growths will be limited ...Read more
I have a frequent hairfall, I don't know how to control or make my hair regrowth again, I also tried different hair oil and tablets. But noting worked?
Hair loss: It depends on why you lost your hair. If you had chemotherapy, your hair should regrow when the treatments are done. If its a family pattern to go bald in youth, it's not likely to come back spontaneously. Fortunately, baldness is very stylish right now. But if you're not a fan or if you're a woman, there are other options for you. This can be hard to adjust to, though. I'm sorry for your loss. ...Read more
See a dermatologist: Decrease stress. Eat a healthy balance diet which includes protein. Have thyroid levels and iron stores checked. See a dermatologist for evaluation and work-up. Topical Minoxidil twice a day is the only proven remedy to thicken hair. However, this treatment it is not appropriate for everyone (given the warnings, precautions, and contraindications). See and discuss options with a dermatologist. ...Read more
No: It can help but also make it worse. Talk to your doctor. ...Read more
Are yoga postures like sirasana any good for hair regrowth in head. Does constant flow of blood to your scalp for a limited time have any benefits?
The answer is no... it does not help...