Alopecia Areata could affect scalp, face, eyebrows or any hairy body part

Severe forms are Alopecia Totalis and Universalis

It is imprudent to treat Alopecia Areata externally by injection of cortisone.

It is not an external disease!

Alopecia Areata or patchy hair loss:

Worth treating this auto-immune disease by internal immune-correction with homeopathy

    Complete Hair Regrowth In Chronic Alopecia Areata Found With Homeopathy

    Alopecia Areata:

    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.

     

    Fortunately, you have homeopathy to treat the condition effectively and safely without any adverse effects. Let’s have a look at a case of alopecia areata treated with homeopathy effectively.

     

    A 28-year-old male patient, Mr. P.S. (PIN: 40297) visited Life Force Homeopathy for his complaint of Alopecia Areata on 29th May 2019.

    His complaints had started 6 years back. He had developed 1 bald spot on the occipital region (backside) of the scalp, and, later, the bald spots increased in number. One bald spot had also appeared on his beard area. He had taken allopathic treatment. Some spots had healed with hair regrowth, but they reappeared. In the past, he had taken allopathic medicines, including steroids, but recently he was not taking any medicines.

     

    He was a non-vegetarian and had no craving or aversion to any specific food. He could not tolerate the heat.

     

    The patient was a very mild and sober person. He was confident but very shy. He desired company and mixed very easily with other people.

     

    After analyzing the case in detail, Dr. Shah prescribed research-based medicines for Alopecia Areata to the patient.

     

    Follow-Ups:

    On 9th July 2019, he reported that his condition was the same as before. No change in the existing bald spots had appeared. No new spot had appeared.

     

    On 22nd October 2019, the patient said that a slight regrowth was observed in one patch on his scalp. Rest all patches were as it is. No new spot had appeared.

     

    On 31st August 2020, the patient reported that his patches had healed. He did not have any complaints from October 2019 to September 2020. But, in the last 4 days again, he observed 1 coin-size patch on the left temporal region of the scalp above the ear.

     

    On 23rd October 2020, the patient had developed a new patch on his beard in the last 8 days. Rest patches on the scalp were as it is.

     

    On 18th December 2020, the patient said that his condition was stable. No new spot had appeared. There was no improvement in the existing spots.

     

    On 21st February 2021, the patient said that hair regrowth was observed on the patch on the scalp. The spot on the beard was as it is.

     

    On 13th April 2021, the patient reported that there is complete hair regrowth in the patches on his scalp and beard.

     

    The patient is very happy with the treatment he received at Life Force.

     

    Conclusion:

    This case illustrates that homeopathy is very effective in treating autoimmune diseases, such as Alopecia Areata, successfully and safely without any side effects.

     

    • Written by Dr. Shilpa Vanarase, Associate doctor to Dr. Rajesh Shah.

     

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