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hair loss - women

A: Kelly Thank you for your question. You can stop the thinning and possibly get your hair to grow in at a normal diameter.  Visit hairsavers.net to learn more about scalp and hair problems. If you live in the United States you can call 1-800-442-4710 so that we can discuss your problem. Jason Paul  ...
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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 are Some Causes of hair loss?

A: hair loss, also called alopecia, can be caused by a number of factors. Most common is hair loss associated with male-pattern or female-pattern baldness. Stress can also cause hair loss, as can certain medications, certain poisons, hormone deficiency or excess, or autoimmune conditions. Male and female-pattern baldness are normally inherited conditions. These tend to cause hair loss in men on the top of the head. The sides and back of the hair may remain in many cases. In women, female-pattern baldness tends to occur on the top of the head, with...
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Hormones and hair loss in women

A: It seems you have already gotten the right specialists to give you the best therapy for hair loss. I have a few comments. First of all the hair loss you are experiencing today is a result of whatever was going on 6 weeks ago therefore it is not due to spironolactone 2 weeks ago. You may well have chronic telogen effluvium and the hair pull may have been after you brushed or shampooed which caused the loose hairs to fall out. I think a biopsy may help make the diagnosis. You don"t mention if your father is bald or if your mother has thin hair. If they don"t it would be hard to inherit androgenetic baldness. I do not...
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How Do I Choose the Best hair loss Products for women?

A: Choosing the best hair loss products for women depends on the nature and cause of the hair loss, if there is ongoing medical treatment for hair loss, and if the hair loss is permanent. There are multiple hair loss products available for women that may be made from natural and man-made ingredients. hair loss products for women can include herbal and vitamin supplements, shampoos, conditioners, and oils. In addition, there...


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Why is hair loss More Common Among Men than women?

A: hair loss can be just as common among women as men, but it is not as noticeable since men and women experience hair loss in very different ways. Men lose a bigger volume of hair due to androgenic alopecia, or male pattern baldness. Where men have obvious bald spots, women''s hair loss is more subtle and often just feels and looks a little thinner all over. The female pattern for hair loss is around the top of the entire head, while for men hair
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I have a severe hair loss after delivery. Now my baby is 1 year old but still my hair loss is not reduced. I feel either my hair or scalp to be oily. How to confirm whether I have a oily scalp or oily hair? Can you suggest me the reason for hair loss?

A: hair loss after delivery usually occurs due to hormonal problems and affects about 50 % of women. Do not be alarmed if you suddenly notice your hair coming out in clumps or handfuls, soon after you have given birth. Remember that hair loss after delivery affects most new mothers, although some are more affected than others. This hair loss after pregnancy occurs within one to five months of giving birth. In most cases, this is more noticeable and felt around the third month. This hair loss after delivery can be a disturbing situation and...


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Possible causes for hair loss

A: There are several possible causes of hair loss. hair loss is one of the common problems men and women face. Some Causes of hair loss may differ in men and women, but the most common possible causes includes; *Genetics: hair loss can be hereditary. If a person has relatives who have bald heads, there is a high possibility of hair loss due to baldness. This happens mostly in men *Menopause: a high percentage of women above the age of 50 suffer from

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hair loss

A: You have TE as the diagnosis by both dermatologists and that is most likely the cause. In many of my patients I use both the 5% minoxidil along with a cortisone such as Olux. You could use one or the other or both. I normally ask my patients to use one in the morning and the other at night. Dermatologists specialize in skin and hair and most will be able to treat a case of TE without referral to a dermatologist who specializes in just hair. There is a good reference source for hair loss doctors www.iahrs.org There are a number of them listed for NY. Dr Bernstein in in that list. From the list of doctors recommended by the American hair
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What is the Best Treatment for hair loss?

A: hair loss may be triggered by a variety of factors, including age, lifestyle, diet, and genetics. The presence of certain medical conditions may also contribute to thinning hair, in addition to medications and treatments related with treatment. While balding is typically associated with men, women may also experience hair loss, although rarely to the point of complete baldness as men do. Though men and women generally experience hair loss differently, treatment for hair loss is available to both. Before we can examine...


 
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