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1 year ago
Does Gentamicin cause hearing loss or burn?
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1 year ago
Yes Gentamicin can cause hearing loss if used inappropriately. It can cause burning of eyes
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1 year ago
Does Cisplatin cause hair loss, weight gain, infertility, neuropathy, hearing loss or hiccups?
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1 year ago
Cisplatin can cause hair loss, infertility, hearing loss, neuropathy, hair loss and hiccups. However it is not reported to cause weight gain
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1 year ago
Does Carboplatin cause neuropathy/ hearing loss/ hair loss/ weight gain/ constipation/ leukemia?
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1 year ago
Yes Carboplatin is known to cause side effects like neuropathy, hearing loss, hair loss, weight gain, and constipation. Please inform your doctor about any side-effect that you may observe on taking this drug. Infertility while on therapy may be caused as a side effect of this drug but it may be reverse after stopping the therapy. Yes Carboplatin may cause leukemia if it is used for a long duration.
The information given above is for Carboplatin which is the active ingredient of Carboplatin.
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1 year ago
Is Oxaliplatin highly emetogenic, ototoxic (hearing loss), cause hair loss, infertility, diarrhea, neuropathy, cold sensitivity?
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1 year ago
Oxaliplatin is highly emetogenic, can cause hair loss, temporary infertility, diarrhea, neuropathy, cold sensitivity. Oxaliplatin is not ototoxic
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1 year ago
Is hair loss seasonal?
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1 year ago
Hair loss in women can be due to certain reasons pertaining to the body. Seasonal hair loss is one of the common reason, it may be be due to weather changes but mostly is attributed to rise in temperature.
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1 year ago
is hair loss genetic
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1 year ago
Androgenetic alopecia, a common type of hair loss, is genetic in nature. It is common in both men and women. The exact cause of this genetic hair loss is not known.
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1 year ago
Is hair loss hereditary?
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1 year ago
Yes, genetics play an important role in alopecia or hair loss. Androgenic alopecia (patterned hair loss) can be inherited from both the parents. Alopecia areata is also linked to family history.
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1 year ago
how hair loss occur
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1 year ago
There are a variety of reasons which may lead to loss of hair. A few important of them are: 1. Genetic 2. Use of various hair styling equipment or chemicals 3. During pregnancy 4. Certain medicines, such as oral contraceptives 5. Chemotherapy/ radiation therapy for managing cancer 6. Old age
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1 year ago
Can hair loss be painful?
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1 year ago
Yes, hair loss may be associated with soreness in scalp which in turn is painful. There are many causes of painful scalp, e.g., infections, stress, depression, and anxiety. However, these are rare conditions and hair loss is generally pain less.
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1 year ago
Is hair loss age related?
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1 year ago
Yes, though low estrogen levels in women after menopause is seen as a common cause for hair loss, there are some common factors, e.g., stress, medications, decreased peripheral blood circulation, and depression which lead to hair loss due to aging in both men and women.
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1 year ago
Does stress lead to hair loss?
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1 year ago
Yes, stress can cause rapid and sudden onset of hair loss in large amounts (telogen effluvium). Stress causes a large number of hair follicles to move to the resting phase (telogen) and eventually loss of hair.
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1 year ago
Does alcohol cause hair loss?
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1 year ago
Yes, alcohol causes hair loss. Alcohol affects the level of hormones and vitamins in the body. Alcohol consumption increases estrogen and decreases blood zinc levels leading to hair loss. It also lowers vitamin B, C, and folic acid levels which are vital for maintaining healthy hair.
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