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Hair Loss (cont.)

Self-Care at Home

Treatment of this problem at home is difficult.

  • Decreasing the amount of pulling, tugging, and tension on the hair can prevent damage to the hair follicle and shaft.
  • Most people will need to see their doctor to determine if there is a medical problem causing hair loss and to consider if treatment is indicated.
Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 6/20/2014

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