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What Could Cause Patches of hair falling off Dog?

A: Pay attention to his diet. A diet change or food allergies may be the causes. Make sure the shedding does not happen in abnormal time such as winter. Also, just like human, dogs have skin diseases. Check in with your vet if the abnormal amount of shedding continues. The cause could be either flea or mosquito bite allergies. If your dog is above the age of 7-8 years it could also be because of Hypothyroidism a common hormonal disorder. The best way to treat your dog is to make it immune of the allergies it has including flea allergies (disturbing the hormones). Visit your vet for medication. There are lots of possible reasons for this, but...


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What Could Cause Patches of hair falling off Dog?

A: Pay attention to his diet. A diet change or food allergies may be the causes. Make sure the shedding does not happen in abnormal time such as winter. Also, just like human, dogs have skin diseases. Check in with your vet if the abnormal amount of shedding continues. The cause could be either flea or mosquito bite allergies. If your dog is above the age of 7-8 years it could also be because of Hypothyroidism a common hormonal disorder. The best way to treat your dog is to make it immune of the allergies it has including flea allergies (disturbing the hormones). Visit your vet for medication. There are lots of possible reasons for this, but...


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What are Some causes of hair Loss?

A: hair loss, also called alopecia, can be caused by a number of factors. Most common is hair loss associated with male-pattern or female-pattern baldness. Stress can also cause hair loss, as can certain medications, certain poisons, hormone deficiency or excess, or autoimmune conditions. Male and female-pattern baldness are normally inherited conditions. These tend to cause hair loss in men on the top of the head. The sides and back of the hair may remain in many cases. In women, female-pattern baldness tends to occur on the top of the head, with gradual thinning
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I have a problem with eczema on the scalp and a lot of hair falls out. Is there any remedy? I am scared that I will be bald. Please Help

A: hair loss is a common problem in this day and age on account of faulty eating habits, pollution, and lack of hair care. Other than these, there are various afflictions like skin eczema and dermatitis that cause hair fall. Some of the natural remedies to prevent hair loss are as follows: You can apply filtered syrup of mustard oil prepared by boiling it with myrtle leaves, which is an effective home remedy for hair loss. The application of coconut milk and aloe vera gel on the scalp is also an effective home remedy for...


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cause of hair loss

A: Most hair loss is due to hereditary factors. Whole textbooks are written on the subject of hair loss. One page from my website http://www.hairdoc.com/hair-loss-causes.html Some Loss is Normal: All hairs are shed at the end of their growth cycle, so some degree of hair loss is normal. If you have excessive hair loss, it makes sense to first understand the possible causes. There are many possible causes of hair loss,...
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I have an oily skin and my scalp always remain to be an oily, I have lots of dandruff and because of that I have lots of hair fall please help me out

A: An oily scalp is a rather common occurrence that causes the hair to become oily more often resulting in a very dull appearance and making your hair look lifeless. This further on, adds to a number of other issues of the hair that cause a great deal of inconvenience. An oily scalp is due to the sebaceous glands producing excess oil that could be because of hereditary, irregular eating habits, hormonal imbalance, excessive heat, an underlying skin problem or because of a lot of exposure to chemicals with the use

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What are the most common causes of hair loss?

A: The average person loses on average 100 hairs a day. use horse shampoo, it helps ur hair stop falling out and makes it thicker. talk to ur doctor too. & it could be hormone changes. idk, but good luck! :) Stress...


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What are some reasons and causes for sudden hair-loss? And by hair-loss, I mean drastic amount of hair falling out.

A: A number of things can cause excessive hair loss. For example, about 3 or 4 months after an illness or a major surgery, you may suddenly lose a large amount of hair. This hair loss is related to the stress of the illness and is temporary. Hormonal problems may cause hair loss. If your thyroid gland is overactive or underactive, your hair may fall out. This hair loss usually can be helped by treatment thyroid disease. hair loss may occur if male or female hormones, known as androgens and estrogens, are out

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What are possible causes of hair loss?

A: What causes excessive hair loss? A number of things can cause excessive hair loss. For example, about 3 or 4 months after an illness or a major surgery, you may suddenly lose a large amount of hair. This hair loss is related to the stress of the illness and is temporary. Hormonal problems may cause hair loss. If your thyroid gland is overactive or underactive, your hair may fall out. This hair loss usually can be helped by treatment thyroid disease. hair loss may occur...


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What are the causes of hair loss affecting only the eyelashes - in a 50yr old menopausal woman?

A: We found very little information on this subject.  A 2004 case report in the Dermatology Online Journal [1] reported:   “Alopecia areata (AA) is an autoimmune disease characterized by unpredictable, usually patchy, nonscarring hair loss. Although it most commonly affects the scalp, it can involve any hair-bearing area on the body. Loss of eyelashes and eyebrows can occur with severe forms of AA, but presentation of AA with exclusive involvement of eyelashes is extremely rare. We present a child who had bilateral patchy loss of eyelashes resulting from AA.”   “In 10 percent
 
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