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What are Some Causes of hair loss in women?

A: Although hair loss in men may be more frequently noted, hair loss in women does occur, and has many causes. These can range from things that temporarily affect growth or resting state of hair shafts to conditions that can permanently create hair loss. women can expect to lose about 100 hairs a day, but significantly more than this may suggest a number of factors. The big causes are hormonal imbalance, certain illnesses, low or high thyroid hormone levels, certain medications, lack of necessary nutrients, and stress.
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What Is The Relationship Between Ferritin Levels And hair loss In women?

A: Some researchers have found that women with hair loss have lower iron levels, primarily lower levels ferritin(a protien that stores iron in the body) than women who do not. The belief is when there is low levels of iron/ferritin the body will steal iron from other sources i. e. hair cells. Low ferritin levels are usually caused by an iron deficiency and low ferritin levels lead to hair loss because iron and ferritin are crucial nutrients for every woman''s body to have. Iron deficiency, as low ferritin levels indicate, are a common cause of hair loss in

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What Is The Relationship Between Ferritin Levels And hair loss In women?

A: Some researchers have found that women with hair loss have lower iron levels, primarily lower levels ferritin(a protien that stores iron in the body) than women who do not. The belief is when there is low levels of iron/ferritin the body will steal iron from other sources i. e. hair cells. Low ferritin levels are usually caused by an iron deficiency and low ferritin levels lead to hair loss because iron and ferritin are crucial nutrients for every woman''s body to have. Iron deficiency, as low ferritin levels indicate, are a common cause of hair loss in

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Can supplementing with natural progesterone cream cause hair loss in women? I am peri-menopausal.

A: Dear Lana, I''ve never heard of progesterone cream causing hair losshair loss is sadly much more common than we knew with menopausal women.  I had a terrible time personally with hair loss that began in perimenopause.  Possible causes for hair loss:  sensitivity to testosterone (so even if normal it can make a sort of "gunk" that blocks the hair follicle, low thyroid, iron deficiency, or heredity. Ideally, you want to find out if thyroid or iron deficiency are the cause and remedy those. If not, one remedy is to...
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hair loss in women

A: hair loss is not one of the normal symptoms of the menopause, and indeed an increase in body hair is more likely. However, there is no doubt that the majority of hair disorders are associated with changes in other organs and the complaint of hair loss needs to be taken seriously. The first important step is to make a diagnosis of the underlying cause. The number of hairs that are normally shed from the scalp each day ranges from about 50 to 300. The hair will last about 3 years. If you have had a sudden illness or a tremendous shock it is quite likely that some of the older

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what cause''s hair loss in women

A: Dear Guest,For hair loss the most common reasons are:1)Diet (Proteins with minerals and vitamins are advised more that carbohydrates, fats and cholesterol)2)Scalp infection like fungal, dandruff3)Psychological stress & tension4)Genetic and Hereditary5)Cosmetics like shampoos and Conditioners (use only natural products)Take care and comeback to us for further queries....
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have you heard of verpamil causing hair loss in women

A: Yes, I was on verapamil recently and I started losing my hair. Not much, but more than usual....
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What medicines cause hair loss in women??

A: Hello, No, Cymbalta does not cause hair loss.- With regards to meds which cause hair loss ,I suggest you ask your doctor/pharmacist. Contact your doctor regarding what you are expereincing. Take care.- Actually hair loss IS a side-effect of Cymbalta. I have experienced this first hand. Talk to your doctor. Good luck! maso4169My friend... no need to get upset and take your frustration and anger out on ME... I do not have all the answers..and "the ones who believe they do are the biggest fools on this planet"... and I am not one of them, we all make mistakes, it is a part of being human, perfection does not...


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What causes hair loss in women, not just baldness, but thinning throughout the entire hair region?

A: Hormonal changes can have a big impact on hair loss. It may not be the case in your situation, but some women develop an imbalance between the amount of testosterone and female hormones in their systems. Reactions to stress can be another cause of increased hair loss.. ...


 
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