MayoClinic.com states that some hormonal changes and imbalances in the body can result in temporary hair loss. This can be due to a number of factors such as the onset of menopause, childbirth, or an underactive thyroid gland. If hair loss is due to a hormonal balance, it may be associated with overproduction of testosterone, which can cause the thinning of hair over the crown of the scalp. Following a hormonal imbalance, hair may take three months to grow back.
Anagen effluvium occurs after any insult to the hair follicle that impairs its mitotic or metabolic activity. This hair loss is commonly associated with chemotherapy. Since chemotherapy targets your body’s rapidly dividing cancer cells, your body’s other rapidly dividing cells such as hair follicles in the growing (anagen) phase, are also greatly affected. Soon after chemotherapy begins approximately 90 percent or more of the hairs can fall out while still in the anagen phase.
The correct treatment can restore some of the hair if the follicles are still alive but if they’ve died, the hair won’t grow back, experts say. Existing hair can be preserved, however. The key, for the sake of a woman’s sanity and self-esteem, is to catch the condition early – some women can lose up to half their hair before they even notice.
This condition is more commonly known as female pattern baldness and is hormonal. Hair starts to fall off when the male sex hormone testosterone is converted into dihydrotestosterone and starts to attack the hair follicles, rendering them useless and curbing hair growth.
Hair loss in young women is more common if they switch birth control medication or stop taking it altogether. The flux in hormone levels can cause side effects, such as hair loss, to occur. Anything that interrupts the hormonal balance in the body can be a factor in a woman losing her hair.
If it’s serious, consider an Rx. Some women are genetically predisposed to female-pattern hair loss, and birth control pills can suppress overproduction of male hormones. At menopause, thinning increases; if you’re on hormone therapy, it may minimize hair loss.
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Telogen effluvium is a phenomenon that occurs after pregnancy, major surgery, drastic weight loss, or stress, in which you shed large amounts of hair every day, usually when shampooing, styling, or brushing. It can also be a side effect of certain medications, such as antidepressants, beta-blockers, and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. During telogen effluvium, hair shifts faster than normal from its growing phase into the resting phase before moving quickly into the shedding, or telogen, phase.
Double board-certified Plano, Texas hair transplant surgeon, Dr. Joseph Yaker, is the Medical Director of the Texas Center for Hair Restoration and a recognized authority on the topic of hair loss. He specializes in the prevention and treatment of hair loss in both men and women, and performs ground-breaking treatments to restore hair loss for the scalp, face, and eyes. He offers both surgical and nonsurgical treatments depending on the progression of hair loss and the aesthetic desires of each patient.
The reasons for hair loss are many. When hair loss begins suddenly, the cause may be due to illness, diet, medicine, or childbirth. If hair loss is gradual and becomes more noticeable with each passing year, a person may have hereditary hair loss. Certain hair care practices also can cause noticeable hair loss.
hi minaz.. is hibiscus paste applied only for scalp or entire hair till bottom of the hair? and can we mix fenugreek paste+hibiscus leaves paste+ henna leaves paste +curd and grind it and apply for hair?
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These procedures are best for men with male-pattern baldness, and some women with female-pattern baldness. It is not recommended for people who do not have sufficient hair in donor sites (the parts of their scalp where hair will be taken), and people who tend to form keloid scars.