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Do birth control pills cause hair fall in women?

Yes, birth control pills can cause hair fall. The combination of elements in birth control pills causes the hair follicles to move to the resting (telogen) phase too quickly causing the hair to thin and fall. This condition is termed as telogen effluvium and if you have a family history of baldness you must consult a dermatologist before you start on birth control pills and ask specifically for low androgen pills. Hair loss because of birth control pills is temporary and it usually stops a few weeks after you stop taking the pills.

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The QR678 therapy arrests hair fall & increases the thickness, number and density of existing hair follicles leading to greater coverage in hair loss. The polypeptides used in the formulation are present in our scalp, making it natural growth factor-based treatment. The polypeptides penetrate deep into the scalp and provide nourishment to the scalp, which results in hair growth.

Unlike other treatments that contain minoxidil & finasteride, QR678 therapy is completely devoid of side effects. QR678 received FDA approval for manufacturing and sale by being the most effective therapy for hair regrowth.

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