Guide-To-Hair-Loss

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Female Hair Loss Solutions

Female hair loss is commonly known as female pattern baldness, and is similar to the hair loss in men. The medical term is Alopecia, which means baldness, although it does not have to be complete baldness. The symptoms typically begin with gradual thinning of the hair, which is often seen after menopause.

The cause of female baldness is not just limited to menopause. Some women begin to see their hair thinning as early as puberty. This typically results from a hormonal imbalance. A change in hormones can often lead to female baldness. A hormone evaluation can tell you if hormones are the cause.

Giving birth or even stopping birth control pills can cause a loss as well. Other factors include physical or psychological stresses to the body. Nutritional changes, such as crash dieting or alcoholism can lead to Alopecia. Keep in mind that it may take several months to begin seeing the hair loss, after the cause.

So, what are the forms of female hair loss treatment? A good place to begin is by having a doctor can take a blood test which will display hormone levels, iron levels, and possible thyroid problems. Once the blood tests have been done, the doctor can further guide you to the treatment that is best for you. Rogaine is perhaps the most widely used medication for female hair loss, and provides the best results. Hormone replacement pills are helpful post-menopause. In extreme cases, hair transplant surgery can be a viable option.

The most important thing to remember is to try to remain positive throughout the treatments. It may take as long as a year to begin seeing results from any form of female hair loss treatment. Start by going to a doctor, and just remember, almost everyone is affected by hair loss at some point in their life.

 

 
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