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I Am Losing My Pubic Hair
Many reasons: Male pattern baldness is to be expected especially if you're a hairy-chested man; otherwise, seek a cause. Telogen effluvium (trivial) is patchy hair loss especially when you're stressed. Hypothyroidism (very serious) makes hair brittle and prone to fall out. There are a huge number of different posibilities. A physician's office visit is definitely in order. Good luck & thanks for asking. ...Read more
Concerning: This can signal loss of testosterone in a grown man, even if the sexual stuff is normal. Hemochromatosis, other liver troubles, pituitary problems and a bunch of other possiblities exist. Your physician usually screens you for liver stuff fairly often, and if the libido is flagging, make an appointment. ...Read more
Hair growth male : Every one has hair follicles by their areola, male or female. Some people have more excessive growth than others. It is normal. If it bothers you, look into getting it waxed or lasered. ...Read more
Scalp inflammation?: 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, finasteride, hair transplants, ...). Medical causes may include: hormonal problems (low thyroid), seborrhea, alopecia areata, stressful illness. Other causes: genetic male/female pattern baldness, telogen effluvium. ...Read more
Hi since i stopped breastfedding I am losing my hair seriously (2month now) what can I do you? Shave my head ? Cut my hair? Pls help
Should pass: Significant life events like childbirth can throw your hair into a dormant phase, where normal hair loss is not replaced and hair thins. This can last up to 6 mo before your body re-sets the process. You might want to visit with a dermatologist and confirm this and exclude other factors. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Resting phase: Approximately 10% of hair follicles are in the 'resting phase' during which time the fall out to make room for new growth. Up to 100 hairs lost per day can be considered as normal. Infection, stress, nutritional deficiencies, certain diseases and hormone fluctuations can cause excessive hair loss. ...Read more
I am suffering from hair fall since 6mnths, i hv gray hair since my chilhood, my hair type is dry freeze n curly.
Please see: Please see your dermatologist for evaluation and to discuss treatment options. ...Read more
I am experiencing hair loss (quality: patchy spots) and eyelashes falling out.
My question is why would I only have pubescent hair?
...Hormonal issues..: 19 y/o male says I am experiencing hair loss (quality: patchy spots) and eye lashes falling. My question is why I only have pubescent hair? There seems to be some issues with one's Hormonal Status. One needs a proper medical evaluation with their PCP and possibly Endocrinologist. other Specialists Like Dermatologist may also be needed to sort out these issues. And pls don't wait too long. ...Read more
Hair loss: It depends on why you lost your hair . If you had chemotherapy, your hair should regrow when the treatments are done. If its a family pattern to go bald in youth, it's not likely to come back spontaneously. Fortunately, baldness is very stylish right now. But if you're not a fan or if you're a woman, there are other options for you. This can be hard to adjust to, though. I'm sorry for your loss. ...Read more
I've been losing about twenty hairs every time I shampoo and condition my hair, I'm only 18, am I balding already? I noticed since I grew my hair out.
Hair loss: Male pattern hair loss can begin as early as 17 years old but seeing 20 hairs a day fall out is not a positive indicator. It is normal for EVERYONE male or female to lose about 100 hairs a day. The follicle will then go through a 3 month resting phase and start to grow again ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hair transplant: The best treatment for a receding hairline in men involves transplantation of hair from the back of the head to the area of hair loss. The hair from the back regions of the head are genetically designed to remain in place despite hormonal changes. Transplantation can be completed by strip harvest of by [fue] follicular unit extraction. Transplantation is completed most naturally as single hairs. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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