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Alopecia areata

Alopecia areata is an autoimmune disease that causes the immune system to attack hair follicles, leading to sudden patchy hair loss on the scalp, beard, or eyebrows. Cause: The exact cause of alopecia areata is unknown, but it’s believed to be a combination of genetic predisposition and environmental triggers. History: Descriptions of alopecia areata dateRead More

Androgenetic Alopecia

Androgenetic alopecia, also known as male pattern baldness or female pattern hair loss, is a common inherited condition that causes gradual hair thinning and balding. It affects both men and women, though it presents differently. Cause: Androgenetic alopecia is caused by a combination of genetics and hormones, specifically androgens like testosterone. These hormones can miniaturizeRead More

Beard Loss

Beard loss can be a concern for men and can occur in patches or affect the entire beard area. Similar to eyebrow loss, beard loss can be temporary or permanent depending on the cause. Causes: Several factors can contribute to beard loss, including: Genetics: Male pattern hair loss (androgenetic alopecia) can affect the beard area.Read More

Body Hair Transplant

A body hair transplant is a surgical procedure that involves transplanting hair follicles from an area of your body with dense hair growth, typically the chest, back, or scalp sides, to a bald or thinning area on your scalp. This procedure is similar to traditional scalp hair transplants, but it uses hair from outside theRead More

Chemotherapy-induced Alopecia

Chemotherapy-induced alopecia (CIA) is a common side effect experienced by many people undergoing chemotherapy treatment for cancer. Chemotherapy drugs target rapidly dividing cells, aiming to destroy cancer cells. Unfortunately, these drugs also affect other fast-growing cells in the body, including those in the hair follicles. This disrupts the normal hair growth cycle, leading to hairRead More

Eyebrow Loss

Eyebrow loss, medically known as madarosis, refers to the partial or complete disappearance of eyebrow hair. It can be a temporary or permanent condition depending on the underlying cause. Causes: Madarosis can have various causes, including: Autoimmune diseases: Conditions like alopecia areata, lupus, and frontal fibrosing alopecia can target the hair follicles in the eyebrows.Read More

Postpartum Hair Loss

Postpartum hair loss is a temporary shedding of hair that commonly occurs 2-4 months after childbirth. It affects up to 50% of women who give birth. Cause: The primary cause of postpartum hair loss is the hormonal shift that happens after pregnancy. During pregnancy, high estrogen levels prolong the growth phase of the hair cycle.Read More

Scalp Scarring

Scalp scarring, also known as cicatricial alopecia, refers to a group of hair loss conditions where permanent hair loss occurs due to scarring of the scalp. This scarring disrupts or destroys the hair follicles, preventing new hair growth in those areas. Causes: Scalp scarring can arise from various factors including injuries (burns, lacerations), infections (fungal,Read More

Temporary Hair Loss

Temporary hair loss is a broad term that encompasses many different causes of hair shedding. It’s important to note that everyone loses hair naturally, shedding 50-100 hairs per day. However, certain factors can cause excessive hair loss that is temporary and usually resolves itself within a few months. Causes: Telogen effluvium: This is a commonRead More

Traction Alopecia

Traction alopecia is a type of hair loss caused by repeated pulling or tension on the hair follicles. This pulling can happen over time due to certain hairstyles, hair care practices, or even tight headwear. When the hair is constantly pulled on, it can loosen the hair in the follicle and eventually lead to breakageRead More

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