I am suffering from male pattern baldness heridety. I used minoxidol for long period, initially I got hair , along with that my weight raised to 90kg from 78. then I stopped and lost all the new hair . a doctor in a news channel said if the bald area is totally bald then applying a calotrope stem milk will cause rupture on the scalp and behind it a new skin with hair will be generated. before trying this on me I wanted to ask experts.

does the hair grow if the scalp (skin) is some how ruptured and new scalp ( skin) is generated ?

I wonder if the scalp is some how ruptured and new scalp is generated ?

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  • thanks for the reply. I am suffering from male pattern baldness heridety. I used minoxidol for long period, initially I got hair , along with that my weight raised to 90kg from home 78. then I stopped and lost all the new hair . a doxtor in a news channel said if the bald area is totally bald then applying a calotrope stem milk will cause rupture on the scalp and behind it a new skin with hair will be generated. before trying thus on me I wanted to ask experts. – kaliprasad Dec 5 at 16:14
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    Ah. Please be aware that I do not judge for the motivation of the question, but that personal medical advice is off-topic here. Keep that in mind when I ask you now to edit what you just commented into the question (keep it general & useful for others, no "me" "diagnosis" etc. , just the general facts & issue at hand. That would give some context. But we really require a bit more prior research from you as well edited in. Thanks for the response, please edit the relevant parts just outlined into the question. – LangLangC Dec 5 at 16:20

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