Is it possible for dandruff/dry scalp to cause balding/thinning hair for a 21 year old? (photo)
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Dandruff, dry scalp and balding
Dry scalp and dandruff
Two unrelated things
I think the fact that you have two conditions i.e. dry scalp / dandruff and now hair loss / baldness might have caused you to assume that they are either related in someway or one is causing the other.
This most certainly may not be the case. Hair loss happens due to variety of other factors. See picking dandruff and dry scalp can cause hair fall to some extent but not to the point of baldness.
Of course these are all just well educated guesses we are making because of limitations of information in your question.
You should take time off and consult with a good trichologist in your city. A one on one consultation will help the doctor analyse the specific conditions that maybe causing baldness in your case and suggest solutions.
Hope that helps.
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Dandruff and hair loss
Dandruff is a scalp condition and it does not cause genetic hair loss. If you are concerned it is best to see a doctor.
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