Hair loss menopause

Hair Loss Menopause

During menopause, a woman’s body goes through major hormonal changes, decreasing the number of hormones it makes, particularly estrogen and progest...

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PCOS Hair Loss

PCOS Hair Loss

PCOS hair loss is a common hormone disorder that can cause hirsutism. Hirsutism is a condition that affects about 5 to 10 percent of women and tend...

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Woman looking at lost hair

Shedding

Excessive hair shedding is noticeable by the amounts of hair in your drain, comb or on your pillow. When you experience this you probably immediate...

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Thyroid Hair Loss

Thyroid Hair Loss

Hypothyroidism hair loss is diffuse and involves the entire scalp rather than specific areas. The hair appears uniformly sparse. Fortunately, thyro...

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Hair Transplant Recovery

Hair Transplant Recovery

Hair transplantation involves moving hair follicles from the hair crown at the back of the to the treatment area. Unfortunately, there are risks as...

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Man with hair loss

Lupus Hair Loss

Lupus is a disease that occurs when your body’s immune system attacks your own tissues and organs. Inflammation caused by lupus can affect many dif...

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Woman using a derma roller

Microneedling Hair Loss

Microneedling is a treatment in which you can use a derma roller for hair growth. The hair growth roller makes tiny holes in your skin. These holes...

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The hair growth cycle

Hair Growth cycle

There are several hair growth phases, in which your hair grows. These phases together we call the hair growth cycle. It begins when the hair starts...

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The ludwig scale

Ludwig scale

The Ludwig scale is a system for determining the extent of female pattern baldness. In the Ludwig scale there are three main stages:  Type 1: Indi...

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Man with bald spot on the back of his head

Bald spots on head

Anyone can suffer from bald spots on back of the head or can become bald on top of head. The bald spots on scalp are often caused by alopecia area...

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