Is there a cure for hair loss?

Dr. Jeanne Morrison, PhD
Family Practitioner

Some hair loss, such as the type caused by childbirth or damage from excessive blow-drying, is temporary and does not need medical treatment. There is no cure, however, for temporary or permanent hair loss. Depending on your condition, you may lose and re-grow your hair several times.

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