Is there a cure for alopecia totalis?

Alopecia totalis. This depends on how long the condition has been present. In the early stage of this extreme hair loss on the scalp, there are certain topical medications that have been used as well as injections of a steroid over a period of weeks or months. A dermatologist will be able to discuss many or all of the various remedies that are now being used. No over-the-counter treatments will help. Best luck!
Alopecia totalis. It is worthwhile to be evaluated for autoimmune causes. I have seen patients with common variable immune deficiency present with alopecia totalis.

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What can cure alopecia totalis?

Alopecia totalis. Intralesional or topical corticosteroids are the initial treatment for most patients with patchy alopecia areata. Topical immunotherapy can be used as first-line treatment for patients with extensive disease in which greater than 50% of scalp hair is lost. Some second line therapies include minoxidil, anthralin, and photochemotherapy. Systemic therapy is usually reserved for refractory cases. Read more...
Not a cure. As far as i know, there is not a cure. You need to been completely evaluated by a dermatologist. There may be help. Read more...