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Hair Loss

Hair loss or Alopecia can affect either your scalp or your entire body. Baldness generally refers to excessive loss of hair from the scalp. Today, various medications or surgical procedures are available for the treatment of hair loss.

However, before deciding on a particular treatment option, it is always appropriate to consult a doctor to know about the best possible treatments available for a specific type of hair loss. While certain types of hair loss are temporary, others are permanent.

Signs and symptoms

Some of the important signs and symptoms of hair loss include:

  • Gradual thinning of hair
  • Circular or patchy bald spots
  • Sudden loosening of hair due to physical or emotional shock
  • Full-body hair loss due to certain medical treatments, such as chemotherapy
  • Hereditary condition called male-pattern baldness or female-pattern baldness.
  • Hormonal changes and imbalances owing to pregnancy, childbirth, discontinuation of birth control pills or the onset of menopause.
  • Medical conditions such as Thyroid problems, Alopecia areata, Scalp infections and other skin disorders such as lichen planus and certain types of lupus
  • Certain medications for the treatment of Cancer, Arthritis, Depression, Heart problems and High blood pressure
  • Physical or emotional shock such as excessive weight loss, high fever, or a death in the family.
  • Hair-pulling disorder
  • Certain hairstyles such as pigtails or cornrows.
  • Family history
  • Poor nutrition
  • Excessive or improper use of hair-coloring products, hair straighteners and permanent waves

Treatment

Some of the popular treatment options for hair loss include:

  • FDA-approved medication such as Minoxidil (Rogaine) and Finasteride (Propecia)
  • Surgery:
  • Hair transplants
  • Scalp reduction
  • Wearing a wig or hairpiece