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tulips
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My hair has been thinning for some time now. I used Stephania for a while but didn't notice a big improvement. So, I stopped that and started using Rogaine and, if anything, it seems worse. Does anyone know what causes hair thinning or loss and what fixes it?
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Malnutrition, thyroid disorder
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Hormonal imbalances.
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Heal the gut. You have to absorb nutrition through the gut for everything else to work right. In the meantime, as mentionend above, you might see if you need hormonal or thyroid support, but likely those are caused by inflammation, especially in the gut.

Once your body starts getting healthier, it grows back.

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Also, B vitamin Biotin.

Thorne makes a good one.

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My first year I spent in bed (18 hrs in bed and 6 out of bed), sweating, fever, rashes diarea etc. I lost hair on the side of my head that I always slept on. I put rogain on that side of my head and the hair came back after about 6-8 weeks.. Take it for what its worth. Also was I suicidal for 10 days in that time frame... prayer passed it.... wicked disease. WICKED WICKED Bio Bio Good byo
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MSM Glucosamine thickened my hair...am taking it for joint health and noticed a difference with my hair volume and nail strength...took awhile tho.
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