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Hair loss is a hard thing for anybody to grapple with, and women specifically. While it is typically thought to be a male problem, it is also something that affects women as well. It is a problem of several people. Hair loss is crucial to avoid, but a lot of people find that it’s difficult, this is a cure to assist.
Hair loss is a typical problem which is frequently experienced by both women and men and can be brought about by quite a few distinct things including poor diet plan and genetics. It is not cured with just a month or two into any treatment. It is not just a simple appearance problem. The loss of hair because of nutrient-deficient condition can be corrected with the correct diet including adequate heights of all important minerals and vitamins.
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Hair can start to fall out for a lot of reasons. It can be extremely frustrating and difficult, if you want to quit losing hair, to purchase plenty of different products which do not do the job. Beautiful and healthful hair enhances your personality.
The main cause of hair loss is called androgenetic alopecia. It is one of the most common problems experienced by men and women all over the world. It will probably halt the loss of hair in most of men, but the quantity of regrowth will be dependent on the person.
There are several types of hair loss and balding. While the mechanism of the phenomenon of hair loss and baldness is not fully understood, there is vast knowledge on the ability to treat the types of hair loss and baldness by medication or natural means.
We are dividing the alopecia types into treatable and non-treatable conditions and we shall hereby explain how one can evaluate the chances of successful treatment in the treatable conditions.
When evaluating the chances of improving the condition of the hair, the most important criteria is the condition of the hair follicles. As long as the hair follicles are alive, there is a chance to grow new hair. Otherwise, there is no basis for any treatment to succeed and the only options are cosmetic- wig, hair transplant etc.
Life period of the hair follicles may reach up to twenty-five years. The hair follicles grow hair in cycles of growth and fall. In the process of hair loss, each cycle of growth produces shorter, thinner hair and there is less pigment (color).
When the scalp has a bright plume, it indicates that the hair follicle is still alive but dormant. Given the appropriate specialist’s knowledge and therapy, the hair follicle can be stimulated to grow hair. However if the surface is completely smooth, it indicates that the hair follicle is no longer alive and there is zero chance to grow hair- except in some cases as explained below (Alopecia Areata, Totalis and Universalis).
The different types of hair loss and the chances of growth of new hair are hereby given.
Non Treatable conditions
The conditions of hair loss which have no chance of hair regrowth are: Alopecia from birth, Scarring Alopecia, Traction Alopecia and Lupus disease.
Alopecia from birth is a rare condition, where the infant is born without hair follicles.
In Scarring Alopecia the infected zone looks like a scar and the hair follicles are dead. The reasons of the phenomena are unknown. The chances of growing new hair are zero, but with proper treatment the expansion of the Scarring Alopecia can be stopped.
In Traction Alopecia the hair is pulled out of the scalp and the hair follicle becomes weak and dies.
In alopecia which is caused by Lupus disease, the skin is rough and pink and the chances of growth of hair is almost non existent.
The conditions of hair loss which has a chance to be treated successfully are: Male Pattern Alopecia, Alopecia Areata, Alopecia Totalis and Alopecia Universalis.
Male Pattern Alopecia is common male baldness. It’s characteristics are loss of hair at the front and crown area first. In many cases, there is still at least hair plume, hair loss and baldness can be stopped by affecting the hair follicles.
In Alopecia Areata condition, typical round hair loss patches evolve rapidly. Sometimes the bald patches spread to full hair loss of the scalp (Alopecia Totalis) or even whole body areas (Alopecia Universalis). The phenomenon could harm men, women and small children. Conventional medicine assumes the Alopecia Areata condition is an autoimmune disease, though the exact mechanism of Alopecia Areata is not known nor fully understood.
In many cases Alopecia Areata is caused by psychological pressure: people who experienced trauma have sometimes lost entire hair within hours or days.
Evaluating Chances of Successful Treatment
As explained in the introduction, the condition of the hair follicles is the most important criteria for evaluating the chances of successful treatment. Existence of thin white hair is a visible sign for living hair follicles. The thin white hair can be noticed when examining the scalp from close distance, with good light conditions. Sometimes viewing the scalp from an angle against light source helps to see the thin white hair.
Naturally, when there is thin white hair on the alopecia area, it indicates that the hair follicles are weak but alive, so there is a basis to grow hair, given the proper treatment. But when the alopecia area is smooth, the evaluation depends on the alopecia type:
In male pattern alopecia condition, smooth scalp is a clear indication that the hair follicles are not alive and there is no chance to grow new hair. However in Alopecia Areata, Alopecia Totalis and Alopecia Universalis the hair follicles sometimes remain alive even if the alopecia area is smooth and evaluating the condition of the hair follicles should take into consideration other important factors.
The factors which play important role in the condition of the hair follicles and hence the chances of success:
– Age of the patient: at younger age there are higher chances to recover
– Period with Alopeia Areata condition: if the condition is recent, the chances are higher. Among people who experienced Alopecia Areata for decades, the hair follicles are probably too weak.
– Alopecia Areata condition was due to a shock: In those cases, the chances of recovery are better.
– Use of violent and inappropriate treatment: Some treatments cause permanent damage to the hair follicles. In such cases, even if there is growth of hair, it is common that once the treatment is stopped the hair falls and the hair follicles remain weaker, which makes it harder to stimulate growth.
– Thin white hair: as previously explained, if there is thin white hair the chances of recovery increase.
– Use of wig: When a wig is applied, the scalp’s skin is not normally exposed to air and is not breathing (skin is not able to absorb oxygen). In cases of wig users, the chances of recovery are lower. If wig is attached by glue, chances are near zero.
It should be emphasized that these are general guidelines for treatment success chances, based on experience with a population of Alopecia Areata patients. A personal evaluation is required in order to accurately evaluate the success chances of a specific person.
Choosing the Right Treatment
There are natural or medication therapies which are intended to revive the hair roots. When considering medication treatment, it is advised to consult with a specialist dermatologist and inquire about possible side effects. The internet includes vast information about the side effects of conventional treatments. In case of natural treatments, it is advised to seek for a treatment which is certified by a recognized organization. The treatment should be certified for being safe for usage and without any side effects. In order to be certified for zero side effects, the treatment should contain only herbs and plants with the maximal safety degree – edible herbs- as defined by the U.S. CTFA list of plants.
Video: Natural Hair Transplant in Baker City
In a recent survey, it was found that men fear losing their hair, either by it thinning, receding or by going bald completely, will make them unattractive in the eyes of others. It seems that lots of men worry about what others think about their hair loss. The survey revealed that Baker City Oregon men who have bald fathers tend to keep their own hair short, so that if the hair begins to fall out it wouldn’t be such a shock to lose it all.
There are three general patterns of male pattern hair loss, and men can experience one of these patterns of hair loss or a mixture of all three:
- A receding hairline is one of the most common hair loss patterns, where the hair is lost at the temples, either side of the forehead, usually leaving a mound in the middle. This may sometimes be the only area of hair loss, but others may experience thinning at the crown as well.
- Some men will experience their hair thinning at the crown, which is at the back or top of the head. This can occur by itself or coincide with a receding hairline. Usually hair loss starts with thinning at the crown until the scalp becomes visible, and in time a bald patch may appear. This bald patch may grow wider until it meets the receding hairline, or it may stay at the top or back of the head and spread outwards in all directions to produce a circular baldness.
- General thinning spreads evenly over the top of the scalp, and men will not get a distinct receding hairline or a thinning crown. With general thinning, the onset of hair loss is less obvious and takes longer to notice.
One method of restoring hair to a follically challenged head is the FUE hair transplant technique. FUE involves taking healthy hair follicles from the scalp one by one and grafting them into the bald areas of the head. The Baker City OR surgeon transplants hair follicles into the same slot that contained previous hair, giving it a better chance of settling in permanently. This method of transplanting is very intricate and it requires special attention and care. This means the treatment is completed over a number of sessions and not performed in one long exhausting procedure. The grafts usually take in a few days and the redness caused by the treatment settles in under a week.
FUE hair transplants are very popular as:
- They deliver more natural-looking results.
- The treatment is less painful than other methods.
- Downtime is minimal.
In most cases, once you receive the aesthetics, you’ll only feel minimal discomfort during the procedure. With the FUE hair transplant technique, visible scarring on the scalp is negligible. FUE transplant procedures are less painful compared to earlier transplant treatments and they tend to produce more natural looking results.
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Some Common Q & A’s
Can Hair Transplant Donor Area Be Taken From Another Perosn, Or It Has To Be Only Your Hair?
As far as I know it can be a person's own hair or from an identical twin, but then he is going to have the same MPB, so he probably won't have hair to donate.There are also doctors using BHT(body hair transplants) extracted with FUE(follicular unit extraction), to build density. The hope is that in a few years they will be able to grow more of a guy's own hair in a laboratory to have ample hair to transplant.
What Is Hair Transplantation?
It's a type of surgery, it is primarily used to treat male pattern baldness. And also used to restore eyelashes, eyebrows, beard hair, chest hair, and even pubic hair o.O
modern hair transplantation can achieve a natural appearance by mimicking nature hair for hair. This hair transplant procedure is called Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT)
If Actors And Singers Use Heat Appliances And Perms And Hair Colors And All Of Those Chemicals And Heat That Supposedly Makes You Lose Hair, Then Why Do They Use It? Why Haven'T They Lost Their Hair After So Many Years Of Doing It?
A herbal formula which helps prevent further hair loss, promotes hair growth and strengthens existing hair. For centuries, certain herbs in 101 Hair Formula have been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine to relieve the symptoms of all types of Alopecia.
A professional body massage once a week is relaxing but does little for re-generation of your hair as often contact with the scalp is omitted. Therefore, finger massaging of the scalp is highly recommended. This more local massage is a very effective way of improving blood flow to the hair follicles, both dormant and active.
In order to be beneficial, massage should be performed frequently - at least twice a day. It is very easy to finger massage the scalp yourself. To do it, place all ten finger tips firmly on your head and, without taking your fingers off your scalp, perform circular movements for a few seconds. After this is done, place the fingers in a new position, and repeat this same procedure. Cover the whole scalp with this massaging method and include the forehead, temples, and neck. On your neck and forehead, you may also use upward pushing movements as well.
Some experts also advise using a flat-handed scalp massage - that is, placing the palms of the hands directly against the scalp, rather than using the fingers. Again a circular movement is recommended. Either method of massage will not only loosen the tightness of the scalp, but also relax you, without damaging any hair.
Did you know? There are many acupuncture points on our scalp, so anywhere you touch may be an acupuncture point. Massaging these points is particularly helpful in stimulating the blood circulation and relieving skin tightness. You can call us if you would like to know exactly where these points are located.
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ARTICLE 7 - THE NUTRITIONAL APPROACH
Dr. Susan Wang
The health of your hair and scalp depends to a great degree on the quality of your blood, just as your general health depends on the quality of your blood. The quality of your blood, which feeds your hair, depends on your nutrition intake from food.
It has said that the best way to be assured of a head of healthy, thick, black hair is to be born in China. It is true that heredity has a great deal to do with good hair. But, heredity is not the whole answer. Even the Chinese grow gray hair or become bald when they adopt Western habits of eating.
The male natives in other countries such as Japan, Spain and Mexico also have, as a general rule, thick hair. Furthermore, their hair remains a rich blue/black color until old age. Studies of the nutritional habits of these people and of the Chinese show their diets are rich in the vital elements which are necessary for healthy hair growth. Chinese cuisine in particular is very high in vitamins, especially vitamins B and C, minerals, and essential fatty acids - all very important for healthy hair. We eat a great variety of vegetables, and our diet is rich in proteins and unsaturated fats from sea foods, soy beans, etc.
Based on available scientific knowledge of the relationship between good nutrition and good hair growth, I recommend the following diet rules.
Avoid too much salt in your diet: You obtain most of the salt your body needs from the foods you eat. Experiments have proven that accumulated salt in body tissues can cause excessive loss of hair.
Fortify your diet with natural iodine: The best source of iodine is kelp, in tablet or threadlike form, available at health food shops or Chinese grocery stores. It has been demonstrated that iodine when added to animal feed increases the quality and growth rate of their fur. People such as Eskimos who are known for their thick and healthy hair live on diets rich in iodine, Fish, all sea foods and seaweed (kelp) are recommended.
Eat lots of fresh fruits and vegetables: Do not overcook your vegetables. Many valuable vitamins and minerals are destroyed or lost in cooking. Eat foods rich in B vitamins: raw seeds and nuts (walnuts), peas, beans, whole grains.
Avoid excessive intake of animal fats and refined carbohydrates: white sugar, white flour and foods made from them. The normal function of the sebaceous glands can be adversely affected when the diet is rich in refined carbohydrates and animal fats. Replace animals fats and hydrogenated fats (margarine) in your diet with unsaturated cold-pressed vegetable oils such as sesame seed oil or olive oil.
Don't smoke: Smoking constricts the arteries and capillaries and slows down blood circulation. Moreover, tobacco robs your body of vitamin C that is important for the health of collagen, an important part of the skin.
Can U Tell Me A Natural Baldness Cure(External Application, A Herb Maybe)?
Massage your scalp with extra virgin coconut oil daily. This will cause new hair growth to develop as well as stop dandruff.
Massage a few drops of Kyolic Odorless Garlic Oil on the bald areas every day, and in a few months you will find new hair growth there. Keep it up daily, and you will grow new hair.Causes
Losing more than 50 to 100 hairs a day has a variety of causes:
Hereditary balding is the most common cause of hair loss. It can be inherited from either your mother’s or father’s side. Hereditary balding affects both men and women, although in different ways. Men’s hairlines recede and eventually join bald spots on the top and back of the head. Some women notice a slow or occasional thinning on the front of the head. The earlier the thinning starts, the worse it’s likely to be.
Medical treatments can cause hair loss in some people. Some blood pressure medicines, anticoagulants, antidepressants, and anti-arthritis and antigout medications can cause reversible hair loss. Radiation and chemotherapy used to treat cancer can cause people to lose up to 90 percent of their hair. Birth control pills can cause increased hair loss while they are taken.
Hormone levels in women can cause hair loss as they rise and fall. Many women lose hair after childbirth, and some have hair loss during menopause or during postmenopausal hormone therapy.
Alopecia areata is a disease that causes hair to fall out, leaving smooth, round patches. The scalp looks normal (no dandruff, scales, or sores).
Other causes of hair loss include:
Major surgery, infection, or high fever
Ringworm (a fungal infection)
Wearing tight braids or ponytails
Hair transplants can be done to move hair from other parts of your body to your scalp, sometimes a hair at a time. Transplants can cost several thousand dollars and usually aren’t covered by health insurance.
A medication (finasteride) may help men keep their hair. It cannot be used by women.
Alopecia areata often goes away on its own. If it doesn’t, your doctor may prescribe a steroid lotion.
Although there’s no cure for hereditary baldness, there are some things that can make hair loss less obvious:
Minoxidil (Rogaine), an over-the-counter hair restorer, is successful in producing hair in about one-third of the people who try it. The newly grown hair on the crown of the scalp falls out, however, when the drug is no longer applied.
Use toupees, wigs, or hairpieces to cover thinning or bald areas.
Do what hairdressers do: color or perm your hair (avoid overbleaching, which causes hair breakage), use a hair dryer for more volume, wash daily with a gentle shampoo, use mousse.
If you suspect your hairstyle is causing your hair to fall out, avoid curlers, braiding, ponytails, or anything that pulls on your hair
What Is Hairline Enhancement?
What Is This Treatment?? & What Are The Differnt Typess Of Treatment You Can Get For Hairline Enhancment??
Hairline enhancement is basically lowering a receeding hairline. They usually use a procedure on women called follicular unit micrografting in which they take very small donor strips from the back of your head and transplant them into your hairline. It's the most common surgical hair restoration proceedure with the most natural results.
Does Any One Know Of Good Hair Loss Clinics/ Transplant Center In Delhi/Ncr?
Hi All, I Am A 31 Year Old Man. I Have Very Thin Hair And Receding Hair Line On My Forehead. Are There Any Good Hair Loss Clinics/ Transplant Center In Delhi/Ncr?
year ago my husband suffered very much from dandruff and hair loss too and he started trying everything you can imagine to stop his hair loss. the things that really worked for him was:
1) Vitamin A - an anti-oxidant which promotes healthy production of sebum in the scalp;
2) Vitamin E stimulates circulation. Good blood circulation in the scalp is important in keeping hair follicles productive. The 'B' vitamins contribute to melanin, which gives hair its healthy color and also stimulates blood circulation;
3) massage is also beneficial. Massage stimulates circulation. As already noted, good circulation in the scalp keeps hair follicles active. Experts suggest a few minutes of daily head massage by hand. Circulation through massage may be improved by using a few drops of lavender or bay essential oil in an almond or sesame oil base with massage;
4) Try rubbing your scalp with garlic juice, Onion Juice or Ginger Juice (you can either of one out of three, Do not mix any of two or three);
5) also he used herbal treatment - TrichoZed and Provilluss (do not use Rogaine - it will not work!)
Those are a good products that helps prevent hair loss and contains Biotin and the clinically tested ingredients approved by the FDA to help re-grow your hair.! I think it is very important!
It worked and still works for him!
I do not know if any pharmacies carry TrichoZed and Provillus but I do know that you should purchase it directly from the manufacturer and read more about the product here
(TrichoZed™ will produce noticeable hair growth in 30 to 45 days. A consistent use of TrichoZed™ ensures permanent results within 6 months. Further use shall maintain optimal health of your hair.)
(Provillus™ will produce noticeable hair growth in 40. A consistent use of TrichoZed™ ensures permanent results within ~5 months.)
It enhances hair growth by blocking DHT (Dihydrotestostrone) - a major cause of hair loss!
Also Informative video about Provillus - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ydvCHhbR...
not only my husband`s own personal experience + working as a family physician
Does Hair Transplantation Or Any Related Things Such As Ptaching, Clonning Give U Natural Look And Growth?
Does It Induce Hair Growth In Size Wise And Give The Natural Look At The Same Time.
WHAT IS HAIR TRANSPLANTATION?
Hair transplantation refers to the surgical movement of permanent hair with its roots to an area of bald or balding skin. Hair transplantation is an effective and permanent solution for hair loss.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
In almost all cases of so-called "male-pattern baldness", there is a permanent fringe of hair along the side and back of the scalp. This hair demonstrates "donor dominance". This means it will grow permanently even if it is moved to an area which is bald or balding.
WHAT DOES THE PROCEDURE INVOLVE?
Hair transplantation is done under local anesthesia as an outpatient procedure. Hair and follicles are removed from the "donor area" of permanent hair along the back and sides of the head. This area is immediately camouflaged by the surrounding hair.
The removed hair follicles are then divided into individual grafts of varying sizes. The smallest grafts contain 1-2 hairs and are often referred to as "follicular units" or "micrografts". Larger minigrafts may contain up to 6 hairs and can provide more density per graft. Choice of number and type of graft is made taking into account the patient's hair type, quality, color and the area to be transplanted. Once prepared the grafts (hair and its roots) are then inserted into the thin area.
HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE?
Hair transplantation is an office procedure that takes approximately four to eight hours depending on the extent of the planned procedure. Most people return to work two to five days after the surgery. Most people require more than one session, each spaced at least six months apart each to complete the hair restoration in an area. The timing and number of transplants depends on the amount of hair you have when you start, how much is anticipated that you will continue to lose without transplanting and how much hair density you desire.
WILL IT LOOK NATURAL?
Yes. In the hands of well-trained and experienced physicians, and using newer techniques with smaller grafts, the hair grows in the proper direction with a feathered hairline, and a highly aesthetic result.
The hair is your own, and just like all of your hair it grows, can be washed, curled, cleaned, permed and styled as desired. Once the transplants are completed, no special maintenance is required.
What Is The Best Hair-Loss Prevention?
Dht Blockers And Hair Loss Remedies?
There are several treatment options that may help to stimulate and encourage hair growth. If hair loss occurs as a result of an underlying condition or disease, then the condition needs to be treated first. The various types of hair loss are treated with specific medication which includes antibiotics, corticosteroids, or steroid injections. For more serious episodes of hair loss, surgical procedures such as hair transplants, scalp reduction or skin grafts may be performed to replace hair loss.
Natural and holistic therapy offers a gentler alternative for people experiencing hair loss than the harsh effects of conventional medication. Treatments such as herbal and homeopathic remedies stimulate and encourage hair growth as well as support blood circulation, hormonal balance and thyroid functioning.
Herbal remedies along with good nutritional diet (supplements in case of severe deficiency or if directed by your doctor) help hair grow stronger and more plentifully by nourishing it at the roots. They achieve this by stimulating blood flow and supplying nutrients to the hair follicles and hence promoting healthy hair growth and slowing down excessive hair loss. Although the process begins within a few days, as the hair grow slowly, the results are visible only after a few months.
Herbs commonly used include Ginkgo biloba, Rosmarinus officinale and Xanthoxylum clavaherculis help to promote strong, abundant hair. Other powerful herbs such as Equisetum arvense, Avena sativa and Echinacea are effective combating hair loss and nourishing hair follicles.
You may get more info here http://www.healthherbsandnutrition.com/r...
I Am Thinking Of Having Hair Transplants. I Live In San Francisco. Anyone Advice Or Md Recommendations?
I used to be obsessed with hair transplants, how they work, etc., even though I've always had a full head of hair and I have no family history of anyone going bald on either side of my family.
So, I think I know a little more than the average person regarding hair transplants after doing some research on it. I sent away for a lot of those free videos/booklets from Bosley, etc.
My best advice to you is to shop around and see who you are comfortable with. Which doctor actually cares enough to answer your every question without making you feel rushed? Which one offers the best as far as care before and after the surgery? (Yes, it's surgery.) Just use common sense. And no, price shouldn't be a factor. If one doctor seems better than another yet he or she is more expensive, it's better to be safe yet lose more money than sorry after saving some bucks.
Do hair transplants work and/or do they look "natural?" That's a matter of debate. In my opinion, they almost always look noticeable, but it depends on the hair transplant itself how "easy" it is to tell that the hair on some guy's or girl's head is "fake." Some look horrible (the dreaded "dollhead" look) while some look somewhat natural (see MSNBC's Dan Abrams).
I've found that the more bald you are, the worse the transplant looks. That's because while they can recreate your hairline upfront nearest to your forehead, the dead giveaway is the fact that they leave the hairline near your temples untouched. If the hairline near the temples are way back yet the rest of the transplanted hairline is very upfront, the whole thing ends up looking VERY unnatural.
So, if you're just bald in the back of your head (the crown), a hair transplant is a good option for you. If you're bald from forehead to crown, just go "natural" and shave your head. You'll end up looking better and actually younger than if you just kept your hair on the back and sides.
(And please: NO COMBOVERS!)
Whats A Good Way To Make Your Hair Grow Out Faster?
Im Trying To Grow Out My Hair, But My Hair Is Really Slow. I Don'T Want To Use Extensions Or Anything Like That. I Want It All Natural.
Natural Hair Loss Remedies
Natural Hair Loss Remedies: “Medicine Men” May Have Had Some Answers. Before the age of modern medicine and chemical laboratories, healers and medicine men had natural products for hair growth and replacement. Some of these are still used today with varying results. Strictly speaking, all hair loss products could be considered “natural,” as they are produced from elements found on Earth.
A “natural” remedy refers to any ingredient as it is found in nature and not altered or treated in any way before its use. Some people claim success with these methods and products, so it is worthwhile to examine a few of the most popular.
ESSENTIAL OILS: These are concentrated oils from certain plants, such as lavender, soybean, and bay. They are massaged into the scalp and are purported to assist with circulation and follicle stimulation.
EXERCISE: Any form of exercise increases and improves blood circulation to all parts of the body, including the scalp. It is believed that increased blood supply to the cells in hair follicles will maintain their health and stimulate hair production.
HERBAL COCKTAILS: (NOT FOR INGESTION): A variety of herbs are recommended, to include Rosemary, Sage, Nettle and Burdock. The advice is to boil them together, strain off the leaves, and wash the hair with the solution every day.
JOJOBA OIL: Widely used in Mexico for hundreds of years, it is massaged on the scalp, and many claim it is highly effective in stimulating new hair growth.
LOWERING DHT: DHT is formed when an enzyme in a man’s body acts upon testosterone and is believed to be responsible for the “closing-up” of hair follicles. Provillus shows a lot of prospect and may block DHT production and thus shows promise as an aide for male hair loss sufferers.
Homeopathic physicians usually recommend that some of these treatments be used concurrently. Some have had success, but, as in all cases, different bodies respond differently to any treatment. Still, they are worth a try before more expensive methods are considered.
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