my hair falls out alot really badly from the roots and i had problems with my thyroid tests tsh was 14 and t4 was.8 and the laperatory average was .75 i am so so upset i dont wash my hair now i wash it every two weeks and still falls alot plus it is so so irrtted and dry and has alot of dandruff that i never had before i ahd longer hair and now i had to cut it shortly i was hoping that i gets thicker or stops falling it doesnt help itook medication called thyroxine 100 microgram one tablet aday for six month my question is where should i go to adermatologiest or athyroid gland specialest please hel p me before i buy awig
thanks for answering bharrod and stella5349 actually i bieleve it is ahormonal imbalance because i used to take 50 microgram and i bought the same bottle and i never thought it is the 100 microgram one i dont have alab panel i jsut remember these info when i went i will go tomorrow to adermotolgoist but i hope he doesnt try every medication on me i just wnat to know what is wrong far away from the achy pain i usually have all my worries is my hair i want my hair backkkkk god luck to u guys also
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