Excessive hair loss in women? Get female hair loss treatment in Lucknow at Dr. Asma, Dermatologist in Lucknow (The Velvet Skin Centre). Men and women of young and middle ages are both affected by this problem. When it comes to specific details of hair loss in women, there are differences. From the causes to the nature of the problem, there are several remarkable differences that one can spot. Hair loss has become a very common problem today.
In contrast to men, there are various other factors that may contribute to hair loss in women.
Hormonal imbalances: Altered menstrual cycle is one of the indications of hormonal imbalances in female (polycystic ovaries) . Besides this, dearranged thyroid profile is another common hormonal cause for hair fall.
Pregnancy: Women who are pregnant may experience hair loss due to hormonal changes that occur during the pregnancy.
Diet: Hair loss in women might be caused by a lack of protein. In addition to this, a lack of vitamin D, calcium, iron, or vitamin B12 can result in hair loss..
Stress: Women may experience hair loss due to emotional distress, such as stress at work or with their families.
Outdoor Effect: When it comes to hair loss in women, factors such as excessive sun exposure, pollution, filth, and dust all have a part to play.
Genetic causes: It is known that genes can contribute to hair loss. Women who have bald relatives may develop the condition themselves.
Diseases:Typhoid, dengue, and other infections can cause severe hair loss in females.
Lifestyle: The cuticle of the hair can be damaged and become more brittle by chemically treated or overly used hair products.
Medication: oral medicines( some antihypertensives, antidepressants etc.) taken for a long time may cause hair fall.
Prevention of hair loss in women:
While some causes of hair loss in women are truly beyond your control (though they can be easily treated), you can try implementing some of the advice below.
Dietary balance: Balance your nutrition appropriately. Make sure your diet has the right amounts of vitamins and proteins. Women who are expecting should be more mindful of their food.
Avoid over Use of products and overindulging in hair treatments like smoothening, straightening & colouring. Choose your hair product wisely and use them in moderation.
Hair protection: Protect your hair from dirt, dust, and pollution.
Avoid hair oil
Each woman who suffers from hair loss is unique. We advise you to visit our clinic because what works great for your friends might not be the best option for your hair loss problems. Dr. Asma gives each case of hair loss individual care. A thorough history of hair loss taken by a qualified dermatologist typically discloses the reason of hair loss, which is the first step in treatment. A scalp examination is then performed to get the accurate diagnosis.
Telogen Effluvium: Sudden plenty of hair loss in the last 1-3 months leading to decreased hair density. The patient usually complains of a thinner ponytail.
Traction alopecia: Hairstyles that constantly pull on the scalp cause this type of hair loss in women.
Alopecia areata: This disease can cause coin-sized patchy hair loss in otherwise healthy people.
Patterned female baldness: When a woman loses hair, the parting in the middle of her scalp widens.
Hair loss due to androgenic: Diffuse thinning of hair with decreased density, but usually over a period of time.
Scarring alopecia: The patient may experience scalp burning and itching.
Depending on your medical history and results of the scalp inspection, Dr. Asma may advise one or more of the following therapies. -
Dr. Asma may suggest one or more of the following treatments depending on your medical history and the outcomes of the scalp examination.
Non-surgical options like mesotherapy, HGP (Hair Growth Promoter Therapy), hair growth stimulation laser, micro needling, scalp threads.
Surgical procedures like hair transplant – F.U.E.