Usually treated. Most with aopecoa aerate will respond to treatment. Depending on severity limited alopecia aerate will relsove but may occur later. Extensive alopecia aerate is more difficult to treat, oral simvistatin works well for many who used it.
Not often. It is a frequent alopecia, treatable but often recurs in other spots.
I find. That intralesional injections help hair grow back faster, I also offer Laser hair growth, and supplements. Other medications are on the horizon for the more aggressive forms of AA (alopecia totalis or universalis). Most of the time AA is self limiting, to date there is no "cure" per say.
Base to my research alopecia areata has no cure. Would be possible that when my hair grows up it will loss again?
There are new treat- ments for AA and usually the hair will grow back and yes it can recur, make sure you see your dermatologist for details and possible treatments.
Alopecia areata. Alopecia areata is generally thought to be due to an autoimmune problem where the body is attacking its own hair follicles. There may be a genetic component as well. This condition should be managed by a doctor as there are many possible options for treatment. There is no cure, though many cases resolve on their own.
ALOPECIA TX. Alopecia or hair loss may be multifaceted. You need full Exam &lab work up especially Vit d/Thyroid studies /TESTOSTERONE/ b12 and folate. If they are normal start high dose Biotin zinc B12 and folic acid. Rogaine (minoxidil) and Propecia may be helpful. If there is no improvement consult dermatology for biopsy to rule out auto-immune ALOPECIA AERATA. With supplements start at a Lo dose and work up.
See a dermatologist. A dermatologist can suggest the best treatments for alopecia areata. A steroid cream such as triamcinolone is one option.
Steroid injection. Steroid injections often help. Check with your dermatologist or primary care doctor.
Patchy hair loss. Alopecia areata is patchy hair loss.
Autoimmune hair loss. It is smooth skin in an circular pattern where the hair is suppressed below the skin surface, if occurs in the head or beard area. It can become more extensive where all or most of the hair is missing alopecia totals and whole body alopecia universals. Localized lesions are treated with dilute kenalog (triamcinolone) injections. More extensive areas can be treated with oral simvistatin.
Roundtotallybaldarea. An onset of Alop areata is a cirdula often bald aree, often seen in an automimmune entity like Hypothyroidism (Hashimoto, s thyroiditis.
Treatments. No treatment may be needed. It can come and go. But, there are topical steroids and injections that can, sometimes, stimulate hair regrowth. Topical immunotherapy, puva, and minoxidil, may be used. Talk to your doctor or a dermatologist.