My daughter, aged 27 years, started getting excessive facial hair and scalp hair thinning when she was around 16 years old. The doctor diagnosed her condition as PCOD, and she took medicine for a few months, but she did not get cured. She took homeopathic treatment afterward and got her ultrasound done, which showed that her PCOD had been cured. But her hair thinning problem still persists, and she lost more than 50 % of her hair in the last ten years. I consulted a hair specialist recently, who prescribed some tests. I am enclosing her reports and would like to know if she still has PCOD. Please also advise if her hair thinning is due to the increased level of AMH hormone, and please let me know if you can treat her hair problem. My daughter's height is five feet nine inches, and weight is 75 kg, and her period cycle is normal. She has hair on her chin. She is very energetic and, active, intelligent, and her appetite is normal.