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Alopecia areata during menopause

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categoryAlopecia areata during menopause
age50genderF
heredityNotreatment period7 months
Views403date2020-09-08

Symptoms: Alopecia areata that occurred for the first time. It happened after a lot of stress, and the patient thought it would get better on his own. However, after seven months, hair didn`t grow back, so the patient visited our clinic because the condition got worsen recently. As hair falls out if the hair is pulled around the area of hair loss, the condition is expected to worsen and then improve.

The estimated duration of treatment: 7-8 months.

Actual treatment period: from March 2019 to September 2019

Treatment method: Internal medicine twice a day (RH-1), injection once a weeks, external medicine once a week (regenerating medicine), an external medicine around and on the area of hair loss once a day (RH-2), hair loss preventing shampoo.


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