How to Pinpoint the Cause of Your Hair Loss

How to Pinpoint the Cause of Your Hair Loss

To pinpoint the cause of your hair loss, a doctor begins by gathering information. Your physician will: Ask questions. It is important to know how long you have had hair loss and whether it came on quickly. Look closely at your scalp, nails, and any other area with...
Hair Loss Treatment Center

Hair Loss Treatment Center

Hair Loss Treatment Center Hair loss (alopecia) is a fairly common occurrence. While it is more prevalent in older adults, anyone can experience it, including children. It is typical to lose between 50 and 100 hairs a day, according to the American Academy of...
Sudden loosening of Hair- Hair Loss#3

Sudden loosening of Hair- Hair Loss#3

Sudden loosening of hair – Hair can loosen due to a physical or emotional shock. As you comb or wash your hair or even after gentle tugging, handfuls of hair may come out. This type of hair loss is usually temporary but can cause overall thinning of hair. Contact...
When to See A Doctor After Persistent Hair Loss

When to See A Doctor After Persistent Hair Loss

If you’re distressed by persistent hair loss in you or your child, then you should seek treatment from a doctor. Women who’re experiencing a receding hairline (frontal fibrosing alopecia) can avoid significant permanent baldness if they talk with a doctor about...
When to See A Doctor After Persistent Hair Loss

Symptoms of Hair Loss #2

Gradual thinning on top of the head – As people age, they often suffer from this type of hair loss. In men, the hair often recedes starting at the hairline on their forehead. Broadening of the part in the hair is a problem that typically affects women. A receding...