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Seborrheic dermatitis from two years with alopecia (hair thinning from vertex and temples)

I am 38 year female tall(5.6) with 64kg weight and after my second pregnancy I have been suffering from seborrheic dermatitis, and high blood pressure.. had visited many dermatologist.. All they gave me chemical based shampoo which had my dandruff more worst.. For bp I am taking targit am 5mg daily. My dandruff doesn't go not even on the day of wash.

In homeopathy I have been taking Kali sulph 6x and phosphorous 30c daily thrice a day but no improvement.

Suffering with intense itching, pain in the roots , burning, hairfall and moreover scratching makes the itching more worst. The moment I lie down itching sensation goes off.scalp is dry and dandruff is dry on First and second fat of wash and then mild greasy

About myself - I generally take stress for small things and have anxiety problem. Become hyper very easily if things does not go according to me. Have constipation problem. Do half an hour yoga daily. I like spicy and salty food. Also suffering from seasonal asthma ( twice or thrice a year)
Please advice
 
  Behance on 2017-11-27
This is an internet forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Also I also took thuja 200 weekly for one month. And also tried Arnicaq on scalp mixing with oil but no help.
 
Behance 10 months ago

Anyone please advice
 
Behance 10 months ago

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