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Many people face the problem of excessive hair loss, can affect everyone whether it is a man, woman or a child. Loss of hair is also known as alopecia, is a common problem in men and women.

Most common cause of diffuse alopecia is telogen effluvium, is the loss of telogen hair that occurs 2-4 months after an acute systemic stressful episode. This hair loss is related to the stress of the illness and is temporary.

Hormonal problem is one of the usual issues for the hair loss. If you have over activated or under activated thyroid gland than it might lead you shedding of hair. Due to thyroid hair fall can occur in both men and women.

Women might notice the hair loss after the 3 to 4 months after delivery. To prevent hair loss you must have to treat the thyroid disease. The hair loss problem occurs in men and women due to hormonal issues, it is known as androgens and estrogens.

If a person taking medications which includes blood thinners, gout, chemotherapy, birth control and antidepressants that leads him/her to the hair loss.

Certain types of infection can also cause hair loss. In children, the scalps fungal infection can cause hair loss. The fungal infection can be treated easily with the antifungal medication. It also occurs due to lupus or diabetes. Well, it says that the hair loss is an early sign of disease, therefore it is important to find disease and cure them. A dermatologist can help you in this.

Yes, damage and breakage of hair occurs because of excessive handling of the hair with hair styling device, makes your dry, rough, brittle due to which hair breaks easily. If you wear pigtails or cornrows or using tight hair rollers, the pull on your hair can cause a type of hair loss called traction alopecia. If the pulling is stopped before scarring of the scalp develops, your hair will grow back normally. It also occurs due to hot oil hair treatment or over uses of chemicals.

Diet performs the vital role for hair growth. You must have to take healthy diet which is full of nutrients like folic acid, iron, vitamin D3, calcium, biotin, vitamin B12, calcium and etc… which helps to prevent hair loss.

Androgenetic alopecia is also known as common baldness, is patterned hair loss occurs to both male and female. It is a most common cause in male hair loss. Male hair loss might be inherited, those who started hair loss early in age has a chance to develop a more extensive and rapid baldness. There are seven grades of male pattern baldness.

  • grade I – prepubertal smooth outline of the frontal scalp.
  • grade II – inverted V shaped frontal recession.
  • grade III – recession of bitemporal hairline.
  • grade IV- deep frontotemporal recession with some vertical thinning.
  • grade V- further fronto temporal thinning with marked vertical thinning.
  • grade VI- further progression with tendency towards confluence.
  • grade VII- enlargement of both bald areas being separated by only a band of sparse hair.
  • Women may develop female-pattern baldness. Most common in females aged 20-40 years. Three types of female patterns of hair loss have been described have been described.
  • Diffuse central thinning
  • grade III – recession of bitemporal hairline
  • grade IV- deep frontotemporal recession with some vertical thinning
  • Women may develop female-pattern baldness. Most common in females aged 20-40 years. Three types of female patterns of hair loss have been described have been described.
  • Diffuse central thinning
  • Frontal accentuation
  • Frontotemporal recession of hairline

Treatment depends on the type of hair loss you have.

Men having mild to moderate hair loss particularly involving the frontal area topical minoxidil 5%- 10% can be used. For prominent frontal recession oral finasteride (1mg per day) is presently the drug of choice, for men with severe grades of alopecia surgical options like single follicle implantation, scalp reduction, rotation flaps, punch grafting etc are available.

For women minoxidil 2% lotion and oral finasteride (2.5- 5mg per day) are available depending on the severity of hair loss. Consult a DERMATOLOGIST to know the severity of baldness (hair loss) and best treatment for it.

Treatment options available for hair fall:

  • medicines depening upon condition
  • PRP therapy
  • Mesotherapy
  • Hair transplantation

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