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Doctor, how can I prevent hereditary hair loss!

Hair loss. Hair loss may be hereditary but very unlikely at your age. You could see a barber and that may be helpful. A better alternative - probably more expensive unless covered by insurance - would be to see a Dermatologist. Read more...

How can I prevent hair loss as a woman without going to a doctor?

Get checked out. The most common cause of hair loss in women is hypothyroidism. The hypothyroidism can also result in weight gain, fatigue, memory problems.... You really should rule this out before looking at any other reasons for the hair loss (nutrient deficiencies...). Tsh is the screening test commonly run. "normal" according to some labs is >3.5-4. Most holistic practitioners believe >2.5 is abnormal. Read more...
Hair loss 35 yo woma. Make sure you eat healthy, avoid certain medical conditions like anemia, thyroid disorders, and others. Maintain normal period to minimize hormonal imbalances unfortunately certain genetic factors are not treatable. Read more...

Doctor is mastrbating can cause of hair loss if I do this in a week and also how I can prevent hairloss?

It is not. Male pattern baldness is genetically determined. All men lose the hair on their temples at about age 20. Generally the most chest hair you are blessed with, the more rapidly it will progress across the crown and top of the head. You can opt for surgery, medication, or embracing your masculinity / genetics. Enjoying yourself while alone does not speed or slow the process. Read more...

Rubbing finger nails regularly to prevent hair loss does doctor belives on it? Whether is it myth or not?

For baldness, right? Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence, and i expect that the vast majority of us will receive this with skepticism; it's not a generally recognized fact. I see that you're already taking medicines. You do have another option -- to embrace your genetic heritage and improve your looks & health by a fitness-focused lifestyle. A muscular & defined man looks great with a shaved head. Read more...
Unproven yogic Rx. This sounds unlikely but it's not impossible this might help some. Apparently the source is yogic practice, for which I have a great deal of respect, so i would not call it a "myth, " but there is not any research proving (or disproving) this technique. It is harmless to try and might conceivably help some! see http://yogaandasana.Blogspot.Com/2012/03/how-rubbing-nails-works-on-lost-hair-hi.Html. Read more...