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Question: For pregnancy my hair falls too much. What can I do to break my hair falls?

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Answer: Hello dear It Is Normal to have hairfall and itching in pregnancy. Do not over-brush your hair as it can cause further damage.Do not go for tight hairstyles such as a ponytail. Do not use straightening treatments or chemical dyes. Use milder shampoo and conditioner.Use a detangling comb to brush your wet hair.Massage the scalp to stimulate blood circulation.Avoid using hair colors. Eat lots of fruits and vegetables.
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