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Large Prostate Make You Lose Hair
I had a ovarian cysts rupture. A few months ago and I have been losing hair I have a very big patch of hair missing is this normal?
No : Your loss may not be related to your ovarian cyst . Various diseases will cause hair loss from chemotherapy , depression, thyroid problem , ringworm fungus infection, your description looks like ' alapecia aereata' or patchy baldness due to autoimmune diseases or ringworm infection. .First see your family doctor after medical check up will refer you to a skin doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
The prostate is a gland that lies at the base of the bladder and surrounding a segment of urethra. It secretes a milky fluid that is discharged by excretory ducts into the urethra during the emission of semen. It is clinically important because enlargement of the prostate with age, and prostate cancer are two common ...Read more
What could cause sore spots on head and hair loss? Im losing hair in large amounts and I wake up with tender spots on my head, very sore to the touch.
No: no it does notGet a more detailed answer ›
Does dying your hair make you lose hair (same color or a different color)? Is the hair gone for good or will it grow back on it's own?
Hair loss : If you already are experiencing hair loss, any chemicals or heat in hair can make hair loss worse. But it is not the root cause. Choosing more natural hair dyes and closer to your natural color will prevent excess chemicals such as peroxide. You can also take biotin supplements that can help with hair growth. ...Read more
The cause?: You could be losing hair due to many reasons...thyroid problems, stress/anxiety, male-pattern baldness, infection. Does hair loss run in your family? If so you may have male-pattern baldness. You must see a physician to ascertain the reason. Once you find the reason, there are possible treatments. Please see a doc. Good luck!!! ...Read more
Many diseases: . Various diseases will cause hair loss from chemotherapy , depression, thyroid problem , ringworm fungus infections conditions like ' alapecia aereata' or patchy baldness due to autoimmune diseases or ringworm infection. .First see your family doctor after medical check up will refer you to a skin doctor. Of course the unstoppable male baldness! ...Read more
Depends on cause: For most common kind, androgenetic alopecia, can try over the counter product called rogaine, (minoxidil) or a prescription rx called propecia, each of which can be partly helpful, but are unlikely to result in full restoration of hair. There are cosmetic procedures (ex. Hair transplant) that you could talk with a dermatologist about. Wigs & hats are an option. Or you could just "go with it". C ur doc 4 eval. ...Read more
Have someone look: Tell them to piece through your hair and see if it looks thinned out. You may also notice more hair than usual on your pillow or brush or in the sink/ shower. If you grab a finger full of hair and give a bit of a non-painful tug, the hairs shouldn't come out easy, if there's any more than a few, your hair is falling out too easy. ...Read more
Any pictures?: There are many reasons to do that. If you are allowed to post the picture of that area here, it will be helpful to recognize better. If you don't want to do that, I would go see a dermatologist. ...Read more
Hair loss: It is important to define the pattern of hair loss and weather there is any other medical conditions other factors include hormones and genetic factors. Condition of the scalp itself and hair, and weather other body hair is affected, so medical review is required ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Check hair lineshowr: You can tell by shower hair count>100 hairs. If you are not eating right that may be cause: Iron and zinc In redmeat, excess major stress, or a post op state. A light tug on hair may show 5 hairs or more which is telegon effluvium, and can improve if certain meds, iron etc are stopped and iron started. ...Read more
Yes, if..: You can lose (actually it breaks off rather than actual loss) hair months after an episode of either too much or too little thyroid hormone in your system. Don't worry, if you keep your level normal everything will return to normal, although it may take months. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Androgens, TE, ormed: Many things including hormonal (PCOS etc), meds like antidepressants, or Inderal, (propranolol) thyroid disease, poor eating like vegan with little iron may co-exist with male hormone hair loss and Telogen effluvium. An endocrinologisti familiar with alopecia should be seen. ...Read more
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