Alopecia areata

Alopecia areata is a condition with patchy loss of hair from some areas of the body. It causes bald spots on the scalp and beard and called “SPOT BALDNESS”. Alopecia is an autoimmune condition in which some antibodies attack the hair follicles. Fungal infection (Microsporum species) may be secondary cause of hair root damage.

Homoeopathic treatment gives encouraging results as the person is treated on holistic basis by constitutional medicines. A short clinical study conducted at GCCHR has given good results as mentioned below:

Total no. of cases of Alopecia with photographic evidence = 58

Status

Best Improving Improving SQ

Not Improved

Total no. of cases

24

23 9

2

Percentage (%)

41.38 %

39.65 % 15.52 %

3.45 %

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