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Does Being Diabetic Cause Hair Loss
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Hair loss, otherwise known as alopecia, can be caused by different reasons, including damage to the hair shaft or follicles or fungal infections. 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 (or androgenic) 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 first thins and then falls out. In men, this is called male pattern hair loss; in women, it is called ...Read more
Keep: Your thyroid under control. Diabetics don't lose hair unless it is genetic ...Read more
What do I do if my child is experiencing hair loss, extreme hunger & eats to where vomiting occurs, no weight gain, and trouble sleeping. No diabetes.
Pediatrician: These symptoms are most concerning. I feel that an evaluation by your child's pediatrician is mandatory. ...Read more
Wbc and PLT count always high going on for well over 2 yrs. Chronic pain. Weight loss, hair loss, body rash, flue like symptoms. Diabetic plz advise y?
Many possibilities: There are many things that could cause a skin rash. Several types of inflammatory conditions of the skin, allergic reactions, sun exposure, insect bites, and sometimes bacterial, viral or fungal infections can cause rashes on the skin. Have it evaluated by a professional and get the appropriate treatment. ...Read more
Why is my child having hair loss, binge eating with vomiting after, no weight gain in 6 months, and trouble sleeping? No diabetes.
I'm losing hair above the sideburns and temples, and pretty recently my parting is appearing too wide because of the hair loss. What might b d cause?
Stop Male Hair Loss: Hereditary hair loss is the most common cause of a receding hairline or thinning in the scalp of young men. Effective medical treatments are available from ABHRS board-certified physicians who specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of hair loss. Over-the-counter remedies have limited use. Early treatment is best because once the follicle is "dead and gone, " transplants are the only option. ...Read more
Many...: There are many possible causes of hair loss. Hair loss can be caused by a medication, physical or emotional stress, anemia, thyroid disease, hormonal changes, autoimmune diseases or simply age/genetic. Your doctor will help you determine the reason for the loss. When it's due to aging, we can treat it with rogaine (minoxidil). ...Read more
Ionic hair dryer:
Only if it is not used carefully.
Read all the instructions.
Better still go online and look up all you can about "Ionic Hair Dryer" and then "Potential side effects of ionic hair dryer".
Do the wrong think and you won't like the outcome. ...Read more
A variety of meds: There are a number of medications that can cause hair loss. In younger patients, the most common medications could include acne medications (isotretinoin), thyroid medications, and other hormones (including testosterone replacement). It would be most helpful to consult with a doc to see which one may be causing it. In most cases, drug-induced hair loss is reversible. ...Read more
Many causes.: You need to see a skin doctor for evaluation and treatment. ...Read more
Hair loss: Can be stress, tight hair clips/bands, hormonal. Check thyroid, androgens, polycystic ovary disease, autoimmune disease, certain medications like b-blockers, amphetamines, low iron (anemia), low zinc levels, fatty acid deficiency, low protein diet, anoraxia/bulemia, recent childbirth, starting stopping birth control pills, and family pattern of hair. Follow up with a dermatologist. ...Read more
Not likely, BUT..: But become knowledgable about taking hgh, whether it does anything positive for people and the aging process (i and almost all well-done studies say no). If one has a deficiency in hgh (rare), it may inc bone density, mm mass, increase exercise capacity, but does not increase strength. There r multiple risks: joint/mm pains, carpal tunnel, swelling, large breasts in males...Fagetabotit-:). ...Read more
Spironlactone: This medication is a diuretic but is used often for hirsutism (hair growth in places you don't want), so in a way it can cause decrease in hair growth. There are many causes of hair loss, get some labs done to confirm you are not iron deficient for sure. If the hair loss started after starting the spironolactone, then it may be culprit for you. ...Read more
Yes, iron deficiency: Can result in hair loss. Other common symptoms are pica (craving eating ice or dirt), headaches, fatigue and shortness of breath with exercise. An over the counter iron supplement taken every day along with Vitamin C to aid with absorption should help. Talk with your doctor to find out why you are iron deficient, and work on resolving the underlying cause as well. Best wishes to you! ...Read more