How to grow thick hair at the age of 29?

I am 29 years old, female. When I was younger I had suffered from typhoid like 4-5 times and after that my hair was thin. My diet is normal and I avoid junk foods. There is also problem of dandruff and hair fall. Please suggest me something so that I could have thick hair again.

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How to grow thick hair at the age of 29?

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Loss of hair is a natural process when it is between the limits that the body can restore them

Thinning hair

It is best to have a consultation with a hair restoration surgeon who can evaluate your scalp and pattern of loss (if there is one), as well as recommend treatments that can help your hair and scalp, and monitor your progress. 

Rae Lynne Kinler, MD
Chicago Physician

29 years old with hair loss

It is difficult to understand your question as you did not state your sex, send photos or give a more clear history. If you can correct this in a future post, then you can get a more direct answer to your questions

William Rassman, MD
Los Angeles Hair Restoration Surgeon
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