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Alopecia or Hair Loss is an occasional symptom of CFIDS. The cause may be the illness and / or side effects of medicines.

  • "Hair loss is also related to hypothyroidism"
  • "Most of the mood stabilizer and antidepressant drugs can lead to this condition"

Medicines known to cause Alopecia

  1. Lithium
  2. Valproic acid
  3. Divalproex
  4. Carbamazepine
  5. Haloperidol,
  6. Olanzepine,
  7. Risperidone,
  8. Clonazepam,
  9. Buspirone
  10. Tricyclic antidepressants,
  11. Maprotilene,
  12. Trazodone,
  13. St. John's Wort
  14. Virtually all the new generation of antidepressants
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