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    Hair loss and Hair Regrowth
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    An_258385 posted:
    Hello Doctor,
    i am 23 years old. i was affected by hair loss on last 4 years...i have used minioxdil,Ervamatin,..but no use..so i stopped it... now some of hair in top of my head is lost..almost scalp is slightly visible in my top head....i have heard that rubbing finger nail each other will prevent hair loss...is it true?...is any nerve below the nail conneced to the scalp on head?....kindly help me to get out of this hair loss and help for hair regrowth in scalp......i think that i was affected by Alopecia.......
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    atti_editor responded:
    I am not a medical professional, and I don't know anything about rubbing your fingernails together, but here is an article about treatments for hair loss that you might find it helpful to look through.


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