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Best Recommended Dermatologists in Singapore 2020

How do you go about finding a recommended good dermatologist in Singapore ? Google Search? Review Sites? Friends? If you are looking for the best skin specialist (dermatologist) in Singapore, this article was written with you in mind. If your skin problem is mild and simple, your general practitioner or primary care doctor (in a GP clinic) would be able to manage it. If the skin condition gets worse, then you may wish to  request your GP to refer you to one of the dermatologists in Singapore. A good starting point to work from will be based on the type of skin problem that you are having. Do take note that a dermatologist provides a range of skin care related services  from treating simple skin conditions like acne treatment to diagnosis and management of more complicated skin cases like severe acne scars, psoriasis, eczema (atopic dermatitis) and also sexually transmitted infections etc. Some private skin specialists have also expanded their services to provide medical aesthetic con

Best Treatments for Post-pregnancy Hair Loss in Singapore 2020

If you are looking for ways to manage your post-pregnancy hair loss in Singapore, you are in the right place. Image credit: Daily Mail Most women find that pregnancy makes their hair thicker. And it’s not the stress of having a newborn that’s making your hair fall out! Here’s what’s up with your pregnancy hair, what you can expect postpartum, and what you can do about it. How your hormones change during pregnancy and postpartum During pregnancy, your hormones change dramatically. One of the first to spike is human chorionic gonadotropin, or hCG. That’s the hormone your pregnancy test measured and its rising levels indicated that you were pregnant. Pregnancy also causes several other hormone levels to rise, including estrogen, progesterone, oxytocin, and prolactin. Your blood volume also rose during pregnancy, to as much as  50 percent  greater volume than normal by your due date. Immediately after your baby is born, several of your hormone levels drop quickly, including estrogen and pr