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lupus &hair loss
faithhope posted:
I have LUPUS i found out back in 2010 and im always sick and tried wasn't till recently that i notice my hair falling out to the extreme i have two bold spots on each side of my head im really SAD and SCARED any tip on a good shampoo
fulltrack responded:
For your info. too. hair loss can cause by many reasons, for exaple:High fever, severe infection, severe flu
;Thyroid disease;Deficient diet;Medications;Cancer treatments;Low serum iron;Alopecia Areata; etc.
you can also try OPC-3 (see my responds above), which is all nature product, no side-effect. it is a best antioxident so far. can
  • Combats free radicals
  • Demonstrates anti-inflammatory activity
  • Helps maintain healthy circulation by strengthening capillaries, arteries and veins
  • etc.
    fulltrack responded:
    check the info i posted. hope it can help you.
    KRShipp responded:
    I use Nioxin. I started losing my hair in the early 80's. Nioxin takes about a month, the new hair is very fine to start with. After two weeks you will have little bumps on your head it is the shampoo cleaning out the pores on your head. I get it from my hear dresser.

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