I have read your query and understand your concern. From your descriptions, it seems you have female pattern hair loss. 75 to 100 hair falls every day is very normal. So, hair loss should be considered only if the number of hair falls more than this. Generalized hair fall in females is mostly due to stress, poor sleep, poor nutrition, and excessive blood loss due to menstruation. Stress alopecia is also common in which females keep their hair very tight in a certain manner, creating tension in the root and causing hair fall. Straightening and other procedures also cause weakness of roots. Other conditions like fever, typhoid, malaria, thyroid, etc., can also cause hair fall, but these are less common. Regarding treatment, have a good sleep. Eat proper food with green vegetables and fruits. Take multivitamins like Follihair (Biotin, Copper, Iron, Selenium, Zinc. L-Cysteine. L-Lysine, and Methionine) or Xtraglo for at least three months. Check your blood hemoglobin. You should start an iron and folic acid supplement if it is less. Also, check thyroid and diabetes to rule out other causes. You can use Folliserum hair serum (Butylene glycol, aqua, PPG-26-Buteth-26, PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor oil, Apigenin, and Oleanolic acid) daily morning by local application and 2 % Minoxidil 1 ml local application during the night. Also, take tablet Xtraglo (Biotin, Copper, Iron, Selenium, Zinc. L-Cysteine. L-Lysine, and Methionine) once daily for three months. Consult your specialist doctor, discuss with them and take medications with their consent.
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