7 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Is Hairfall, a cause for concern in the first trimester? Can it be minimized?

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Answer: Hello dear. It's due to the harmonal changes in the body. Let me give you a few tips. Do not use water which is too hot for washing your hair. Massage the strained liquid of soaked fenugreek into the scalp. Apply a mixture of olive oil, egg yolk and lemon juice on hair roots. Massage coconut milk onto scalp, leave for ½ hour and rinse with warm water. Take care.
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