It is normal for hair to turn white or gray as a person ages. But gray hair at a young age can result from hereditary, too much stress, autoimmune conditions (alopecia and vitiligo), over or underactive thyroid, vitamin B12 deficiency, and smoking.
All the answers published on this website are written by verified Health and Wellness Experts and Therapists. The Content has been moderated by the iCliniq Content Review Team before publication. Post your health questions on iCliniq-Wellness by choosing the right Wellness Specialty and get them answered. Your queries will be answered 24/7 by top Wellness Experts from iCliniq-Wellness.
Query: Hi doctor, I have two uterine fibroids each 0.8" x 0.4" in size and cysts (PCOD) in the right ovary. I have heavy hair loss and graying of hair. My hormone levels look normal. My BMI is 24. I also have a gallstone of 0.6". I am trying to conceive. Can you please suggest medicines for the above probl... Read Full »
Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. Your body weight is within normal limit at present. Please maintain it. For fibroids, two medicines are required. Capsule Rasagandhi mezhugu (Gandhakam, Pooram, Paththra thalagam) (one in the morning and one in the evening after food) and tablet Chitramoola kuligai (Ch... Read Full »