Reasons you might be experiencing hair loss
Alopecia is another way to term thinning hair and hair shedding. Many factors lead to this condition, and the good news is that not all of these are permanent. Androgenetic alopecia refers to the genetically related, permanent hair loss that 70% of men and up to 50% of women experience.
Other reasons of your hair loss, thinning, or sudden bald patches may be related to health or medication. Telogen effluvium describes a temporary change in the number of hair follicles that are actively growing hair, and consequent hair fall or thinning. Usually, the sparsity of hairs is noticed more on the top of the head and a hair part, than the temples, back or side of the head.
People who experience emotional trauma, stress or surgery may find their experience triggers significant hair loss. Thyroid dysfunction and iron deficiency anemia have also been linked to hair thinning. Antidepressants may cause temporary hair fall, and hormonal shifts during pregnancy or menopause are also connected to this issue in females.
If you notice a sudden change in hair that’s concerning, it’s essential you talk about it with your doctor. It may be linked to changes in your health. If hair loss is due to temporary causes, it can be restored through nutrition, medications like Minoxidil or Propecia and medical grade shampoo.
We take a personalized approach to ensure that your consultation helps to identify your concerns, determine the causes for your hair loss and reveals the best hair transplant procedure options to help you reach your goals.
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