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Is Hair Transplant Only For Men? No!

Discussion in 'Hair Transplants for Women' started by samirshah, Feb 6, 2019.

  1. samirshah

    samirshah New Member

    Dec 14, 2018
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    There are various factors like ageing, thyroid imbalance, chronic anaemia, hormonal changes, polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), certain medications & illnesses, stress and an unhealthy diet, can lead to excessive hair loss.

    But if one has to point at a single core factor, it’s the hormones. Women have both the male hormone Androgen (which is responsible for hair growth all over the body) and the female hormone Oestrogen. In men, Androgen ironically causes the destruction of the hair follicles in those, who are genetically predisposed to this kind of baldness. This is known as Androgenetic Alopecia. Fortunately for women, the hormone Oestrogen counteracts and stops this negative action of Androgen.

    However, in times when the Oestrogen level falls, Androgen starts attacking the hair follicles and as the hair follicles are destroyed, hair starts to thin. For example, before menopause, when the production of Oestrogen is high, this hormone has a protective effect against the small amount of testosterone that women also produce. After menopause, when the production of the female hormone Oestrogen shows down dramatically or stops altogether, Female Pattern Thinning in women begins. This thinning may also be triggered off by stress, the consumption of oral contraceptives, after a hysterectomy, childbirth or hormone-replacement therapy.

    Some common symptoms of Female Pattern Thinning caused by high Androgen levels are excessive oiliness of the scalp and face, tender and painful scalp, and growth of hair on the face and skin.


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