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Start with: Having your thyroid checked. If that is ok, see a dermatologist. ...Read more
Alopecia is the loss of hair. Hair loss can be caused by different reasons, including damage to the hair shaft or follicles. Fungal infections can also cause hair loss. There are two main types of alopecia. Alopecia areata occurs when the body's immune system attacks hair follicles and causes hair to fall out. Androgenetic alopecia, on the other hand, is an inherited form of hair loss. With alopecia areata, hair can fall out in patches all over the body. With androgenetic alopecia, hair on the head thins and falls out. In men, this is called male pattern hair loss; in women, it is called female diffuse hair loss. About 60% of people with androgenetic alopecia are men. Hair loss caused by ...Read more
Infection can cause: dandruff/hair loss. For instance, if you have ringworm infection hair loss and bald spots can develop. It is necessary to treat the infection with an antifungal medication. A topical or oral treatment may be required. Only then can healthy hair grow and cover the bald spots. See a Dermatologist who can evaluate your scalp and give you proper therapy ...Read more
Seek cause: If this is male pattern baldness, your choices are medication, surgery, or embracing your masculinity and genetic heritage. 95% of good looks for a man is physical fitness, and where he does and does not have hair is really a non-issue -- ask photoguy. If your loss is due to hypothyroidism, telogen effluvium, or fungus, it's treatable; alopecia areata less so. ...Read more
Here's the facts: All normally-masculinized males lose the hair on the temples between age 18 and age 22. You're too young to have developed androgenic alopecia, but your hair loss will correlate eventually with how much chest hair you're naturally blessed with. Ask PhotoGuy -- he's not complaining. Other hair loss (telogen effluvium, alopecia areata) are distinct & call for a dermatology consult. ...Read more
Does weed cause baldness or help regrow hair? I understand most medical terms so please use them if necessary.
Depends on cause...: One's primary care doctor can check for medical causes. If none are found, then one can see a dermatologist, especially one specializing in hair restoration (some treatments: minoxidil, hair transplants, etc...). Medical causes may include: hormonal problems (low thyroid), seborrhea, alopecia areata, stressful illnesses. Other causes: genetic male/female pattern baldness, telogen effluvium, etc... ...Read more
How can I stop my hair from fallin out I have got alopesha areata, my harr has been fallin for 5 months now and I have 3 big bald patches please help?
Steroid injections: This is caused by an autoimmune process. If less than 50% of the hair is involved you can get injections with a steroid. In children we can use a topical midpotent steroid as well. Usually oral medication is not indicated. See your dermatologist about intraresional steroid injections. ...Read more
I hav habbit of pulling hair.Its been 5 years.N i hav bald patches.Pls help me to overcome ths.Plsss help..
Bald spots: it is important to determine the cause of the bald spots and treat that problem first. For instance, if you have ringworm infection causing bald spots, it is necessary to treat the infection with an antifungal medication. A topical or oral treatment may be required. Only then can healthy hair grow and cover the bald spots. See a Dermatologist who can evaluate your scalp and give you proper therapy ...Read more
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