Alopecia Totalis and Alopecia Universalis do not find cure in homeopathy in our experience

Complete or extensive hair loss on most parts of body, called Alopecia Totalis or Universalis is not treated with success with homeopathy

Alopecia Areata could affect children, females and males

Early treatment with homeopathy is always better

Recurrence of Alopecia Areata

It is a common experience of the patients having Alopecia Areata; as well the doctors who treat the disease, that when Alopecia Areata is treated by local injection of Cortisone or any immunosuppressive medicines, the disease improves temporarily (for a couple of months, maybe); but it is most likely to return.

The problem is not only that Alopecia returns; the more serious concern is that it is likely to return with more spots, larger spots, and more resistant spots.

Why does it return after cortisone?
Well, since the internal auto-immune disease activity governed by genetic factors is not addressed by local use of injection of Cortisone (or similar medicine); the disease is treated very superficially. Any disease when treated superficially and from outside, it tends to get suppressed, rather than cured; and it has all the chances of recurrence.

It is a common experience with all kinds of doctors. In homeopathy, this suppression of disease has been taken more seriously.

Is there a solution?
Yes, homeopathy is a solution. Correctly administered homeopathic treatment is addressed to treat the root cause of Alopecia Areata (or any chronic disease, for that matter); which is found to treat the disease at a deeper level for a longer period of time; and the chances of recurrences are drastically minimized.

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A 13-year-old girl from Mumbai, Ms. R.C. (PIN: 30694) started homeopathic treatment in April 2018 for her complaints of chronic Alopecia Areata.

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Sudden hair loss starts with one or more circular bald patches that may overlap. Alopecia areata occurs when the immune system attacks hair follicles. It can also result due to maybe severe stress. The main symptom of the alopecia area is hair loss.

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