Female Pattern Hair Loss And Baldness-7470d

Hair-Loss Female pattern hair loss is not as recognizable as those in men as it occurs in more than one pattern. In some cases, it can be effectively treated. Females can begin to lose hair at any age, and may not have any obvious hereditary association or recognizable female pattern alopecia. Female pattern hair loss can begin as early as their 20s, especially for those who experienced early puberty. Stressful events such as pregnancy or illness can also be associated with temporary hair thinning. If you are concerned about your hair loss, consulting a hair restoration specialist or tricologist for an evaluation and diagnosis is undoubtedly the best way to figure out your situation. Self diagnosis is often ineffective, as women tend not to have obvious patterns of hair loss – .pared to men. Hence once again, you should always consult a trained and experienced physician for a correct diagnosis. The most likely cause of scalp hair loss is androgenetic alopecia, which is an inherited sensitivity to the effects of androgens (testosterone, dihydrotestosterone) on scalp hair follicles. Luckily with women, hair loss due to this cause usually does not develop true baldness like that seen in men. For example, in men, we often see a cue-ball appearance due to androgenetic alopecia. In women, the thinning of scalp hair due to androgenetic alopecia, miniaturization (hair follicles getting smaller in diameter) tends to be found over all the affected areas of the scalp. Miniaturizing hairs are an aspect of androgenetic alopecia, but may also be associated with other causes and is not in itself a diagnostic feature of androgenetic alopecia. An example can be seen in menopausal women, hair may begin to miniaturize and be.e difficult to style. Accurate diagnosis should be made by a hair restoration specialist. If left untreated, hair loss can progress to more advanced loss of hair. About the Author: Hair Transplant 相关的主题文章: