What are genral medication for denruff and hair loss problems?

Shamoo, rogaine (minoxidil) For dandruff medicated shampoos containg zinc, selenium tar, salicylic acid or steroids. For hairless romaine for men or women amd for men propecia (finasteride). Severe dandruff or scalp psoriaisis can cause hairless which is reversible from itiching which will respond to medications.
Two. Different issues dandruff: tar based shampoos, steroids loss: minoxidil, propecia (finasteride).

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My problem is hair loss and dandruff wht should I do?

Get treated. The hair loss certainly could be related to a scalp infection causing your dandruff, so it best to treat the dandruff/infection. Try head and shoulders medicated shampoo to start and see a dermatologist if the condition does not improve, as there are other causes too that may cause hair loss. Best wishes.

Will flucinonide. 05%soln help medium to severe dandruff problem? Does it help stop hair loss due to dandruff? How long does it take for it work?

Steroid for dandruff. Dandruff is flaking scalp skin cells, and is caused by either seborrheic dermatitis or psoriasis. It is not dry scalp. Both conditions may occur on the face and elsewhere. If hairloss occurs it iis temporary., shampoos are often helpful, like those that contain coal tar, or antifungals, as are topical steroids, like Fluocinonide solution 0.05%, when used regularly.

How to prevent dandruff problem and hair loss which is bcmg very worse in winter. Food to prevent hair loss?

What I find helpful. What I find helpful, which isnt food is baby oil, I have very bad dandruff especially in the winter time is baby oil, (we also use this method in the nursing home for the elderly patients and it works well!) 1) wet your hair, 2) apply and rub in baby oil in hair, 3) rinse out and use regular shampoo to get the baby oil smell out. Hope this helps!

Hair loss from past 5 years. I have noticed that my skin is oily and have dandruff problem too. Any solutions for hair growth?

Hormonal Imbalance. Hair loss can be a sign of hormonal imbalance. Thyroid hormone disorders are notorious for causing hair loss. Imbalance in sex hormones can also be implicated. Certain medications can also cause hair loss. Poor nutrition can also cause hair loss. You get the picture. It is important to see a doctor to help you figure out what might be causing your hair loss. Take care.

I have problem of hair loss. My hair are so thin silky and weak and easily lost. Many times I found dandruff in my scalp. I have been experience this?

Beauty salon. Start by going to a unisex top rated beauty parlor and have a skilled barber evaluate your hair and make recommendations about its care. If he/she deems it advisable a dermatologist can be consulted.

I have hair loss problem. And dandruff on my head. Can't get rid of dandruff. Is my hair fall due to dandruff? Thyroid is ok. No heredity of hair fall

Separate problems. The real name for "dandruff" is seborrheic dermatitis. Effective otc shampoos all contain either tar, salicylic acid, zinc pyrithione, selenium sulfide, or a combination of them, so look for those ingredients. Dandruff does not cause hair loss, so that is a separate issue, with many possible causes. Your dermatologist will have to run some tests to determine the cause.

Does dandruff lead to hair loss always?

Dandruff. Not if you keep your hair clean under the shower. If you are showering but still have dandruff please see a dermatologist.

I don't have dandruff but I am suffering from hair loss. Why?

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.
See a doctor. You need a detailed evaluation. Cannot diagnose over the internet. Most common cause of hair loss is genetic, but unusual at 18 yo. Need to see you to diagnose.