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Is there an at home treatment for a fungal infection causing hair loss?

Really no. Tinea capitis is very familiar. Although selenium sulfide dandruff shampoos can slow it down, it's best treated by systemic anti-fungal medicines that a physician needs to prescribe, as they are themselves toxic. There's a great medscape review: http://emedicine.Medscape.Com/article/1091351-overview. Read more...

Could a localized fungal infection be causing hair loss?

Yes. A localized fungal infection can attack the hair fiollicles and cause a patchy hair loss. See your family doctor or dermatologist to confirm the diagnosis. Read more...
Yes. A fungal infection in a hair-bearing area can impair hair growth. This can be permanent. Read more...
Many metabolic cause. Hair loss can be a sign of stress, hormone imbalance such as too little thyroid hormone, a side effect of general anesthesia, drug reaction, response to sepsis and high fever, and genetic tendency. There is also idiopathi or known cause for hair loss. A complete workup is very important before any treatment plans are made. Read more...
Yes. Seek the evaluation of a dermatologist who can diagnose and treat the fungal infection or provide you with other possible causes. Read more...

My scalp was infected with fungal infection with hair loss. But now infection got away. But how to recover hair loss?? Plz suggest me

Scalp fungus. Scalp fungal infections should be promptly recognized and treated aggressively. Alopecia related to Tinea capitis may resolve over a period of 2-6 months. Unfortunately, in the setting of associated and resultant scarring, hair loss can be permanent. Read more...