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HELP! Suggest hair tonic, shampoo and home-made remedies for balding hair?

Im an Asian girl, 23 y/o from Malaysia. everything is normal except for I’m already getting bald at the front part of my head! It is very embarrassing especially when my friends pointed it out. I tried hair tonic Garnier since the end of last year BUT NO CHANGES. I am currently using Herbal Essence mandarin+pearl hair care range, it makes my hair healthy & shiny but still it doesnt promotes hair growth at the balding part. Since my shampoo is going to run out, i need suggestions on what brand of shampoo should i try and the best hair tonic that i can easily get in my country.

also i read from some sites that olive oil promotes hair growth. is it true? how can i made a home-made remedies for balding hair?

please help me ;A;

Often women who loose their hair, might be suffering with polycystic ovary syndrome, (a common hormonal problem in women), and sometimes their hair loss is the only obvious sign.

In addition, certain types of autoimmune disorders result in a slightly different and often less dramatic hair loss problem known as alopecia areata — an inflammatory condition that causes hair to come out in clumps or patches.

Still others can develop a temporary hair shedding problem known as telogen effluvium — a change in the natural hair growth system that often follows childbirth, crash dieting, surgery, or a traumatic emotional event.

Thyroid disorders, anemia, even chronic illness or the use of certain medications can also cause hair loss in women that is often undiagnosed.

For these reasons, specialists say it’s vital for all women to get at the “root” of their hair loss before seeking treatment.

The No. 1 rule of treating hair loss in women is getting the correct diagnosis — if there is an underlying physical problem it has to be corrected first. Often, that can preclude the need for additional hair loss treatment. As such, women should to see a doctor who specializes in female pattern balding and make certain to be checked for possible underlying medical conditions via blood tests, or if need be, a scalp biopsy.

Get a complete hormones test (saliva or blood test) and thyroid test before using products that could severly damage your scalp even more, and cause more hair loss.

What to Expect at Your Office Visit

A careful medical history and examination of the hair and scalp are usually enough to diagnose the cause of your hair loss.
Your doctor will ask detailed questions such as:

Are you losing hair only from your scalp or from other parts of your body as well?

Is there a pattern to the hair loss, like a receding hairline or thinning or bald areas on the crown, or is the hair loss throughout your head?

Have you had a recent illness or high fever?

Do you dye your hair?

Do you blow dry your hair? How often?

How often do you shampoo your hair?

What kind of shampoo, hair spray, gel, or other product do you put on your hair?

Have you been under unusual stress lately?

Do you have nervous habits that include hair pulling or scalp rubbing?

Do you have any other symptoms like itching, flaking, or redness of your scalp?

What medications do you take, including over-the-counter drugs?

Tests that may be performed (but are rarely needed) include:

Microscopic examination of a plucked hair

Skin biopsy (if skin changes are present)

Ringworm on the scalp may require the use of an oral drug, such as griseofulvin. Creams and lotions applied to the affected area may not get into the hair follicles to kill the fungus.

Treatment for Hair Loss with Coconut Milk: Home Remedy for Baldness

The application of coconut milk all over the scalp and rubbing it into the hair roots is also useful in the treatment of hair loss. It feeds the hair and endorses hair growth. Coconut milk is made by crushing the coconut shavings and squeezing them well.

Hair Loss treatment with Lime-Pepper Seeds

Certain home remedies have also been found helpful in the treatment of patchy hairlessness. The most valuable of these remedies is the seeds of lime and black pepper, ground jointly to get a well paste. This paste applied on the patches, has a gently irritant action. This increases blood circulation to the affected area and rouse hair growth. This paste must be applied two times in a day, for a few weeks.

Also check over the counter vitamins, such as ‘cod liver oil’ which promotes hair growth, and daily multi vitamins.

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