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      Hair Loss Treatment in Jodhpur

      Losing hair is common but losing hair in excess is a problem. Hair is considered as the crowning glory and everyone dream of healthy, thick, soft, shiny and lustrous hair. Hair loss is thought to affect around 70% of men and 40% of women. It obviously hits the confidence of a person and in many cases, affects work and social life as well. Each day, our scalp sheds approximately 100 hair per day normally. But anything more than is number may be an alarm for hair loss beginning.

      Stages of Hair Loss

      Anagen Phase

      This phase is considered as the longest phase of the growth cycle or active growth cycle. The life span of this cycle is usually 2-8 years, during this time period, the hair follicle is active and actively produces new dermal papillae cells, resulting in hair growth at a rate of approximately one-half inch per month. However, this time period of the active growth cycle may vary from patient to patient.

      Catagen Phase

      The catagen phase is considered as a short transitional phase that only lasts for about 2-3 weeks. The first sign of the catagen phase is the cessation of melanin production in the hair bulb. During this phase, hair follicle detaches from the bulb slowly which leads to hair shaft shedding and the hair follicle enters into a dormant period. Eventually, the hair follicle is 1/6th of its original length at the end of this phase.

      Telogen Phase

      The life span of this phase is 3 months when the hair follicle “rests” before converting into the anagen phase again. Due to unhealthy conditions or stress more and more hair start entering Telogen Phase permanently. This span is known as ‘Telogen Effluvium’. It is necessary to nourish your scalp with the healthy diet, hair vitamins, amino acids etc during this phase.

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      Hair Loss In Women

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      Hair loss in women is generally of three types and is summed up as- Androgenetic alopecia, Telogen effluvium & Non-pattern hair loss. Androgenetic alopecia is the most common reason for hair loss and pattern is difficult to predict as compared to men. Telogen effluvium can be due to medications, stress etc. There are other reasons too for hair loss in women like hormonal imbalance which fall into the non pattern hair loss category.

      In men, receding hair line is the most common pattern of hair loss. Men, who start losing hair at an early stage, tend to develop the more extensive baldness. In male pattern baldness, hair loss mostly occurs in the crown area or in the frontal region. The main signs of the male pattern baldness are; vertex thinning (losing hair from the top of the head), thinning crown, receding hair line around the temples. (Hairline looks like M shape).

      Type of Hair Loss In Men & Women

      Androgenetic Alopecia

      It is commonly known as Male pattern baldness. Signs of Androgenetic Alopecia include hair loss which;

      • Starts from sides & progress towards back of scalp
      • Horseshoe shaped bald area
      • May also affect other body areas too

      Alopecia Universalis

      It is the rarest and extreme alopecia. Signs of Alopecia Universalis include hair loss which;

      • Total hair loss on scalp & body
      • Damages & distorts the nails
      • May also causes genetic mutations

      Traction Alopecia

      It occurs due to excessive strain on hair shaft. Signs of Traction Alopecia include;

      • Hair loss around hairline & temples
      • Patchy hair loss
      • Fluffy or frizzy hair around receding hairline

      Alopecia Cicatrisata

      It is also known as pseudopelade. Signs of Alopecia Cicatrisata include patchy hair loss which;

      • Well defined patches
      • Bald patches among surviving hair
      • Long lasting condition

      Alopecia Totalis

      It is an autoimmune condition. Signs of Alopecia Totalis include;

      • Total hair loss on the scalp
      • Other facial hair like eyebrows, eyelashes also fall out
      • Nails become brittle, thin and

      Alopecia Areata

      It is characterized by sudden bald patches. Signs of Alopecia Areata include patchy hair loss which

      • Circular in shape
      • Can appear anywhere on the head
      • May also affect other body areas too

      Telogen Effluvium

      It is usually caused by stress or shock and takes 3 months. Signs of Telogen Effluvium include hair loss which;

      • Increased shedding of hair
      • Hair thinning
      • Bald patches

      Trichotillomania

      It is the self inflicted hair loss due to pulling. Signs of Trichotillomania include hair loss which;

      • Tug on the hair
      • Twisted hair
      • Pulled Hair

      Follicular Degeneration Syndrome

      It is a form of scarring alopecia. Signs of FDG include;

      • Diffuse hair loss patches
      • Hair loss from scalp vertex
      • Area of hair loss expands gradually with the time

      Treatment for Hair Loss at Dr. Aggarwal's Clinic

      The most common hair loss problem in men & women is Androgenetic Alopecia which is mostly observed in patients. But there are also other reasons behind the hair loss which varies from person to person and therefore the treatment should be different too. After the detailed diagnosis of your hair loss, our physicians then led through a best and tailored treatment plan accordingly. Your treatment plan may include;

      Frequently Asked Questions

      Why Does Hair Fall?

      Hair loss is an extremely common occurrence and can affect anyone in their lives. The common causes of hair loss can be stress, hormonal imbalance, menopause, certain medications etc. One of the major causes of hair fall is DHT (dihydrotestosterone) hormone. The hormone testosterone gets converted into dihydrotestosterone which causes miniaturization of the hair follicles, resulting into hair fall.

      How Does Hair Loss Differ In Men And Women?

      Both men and women can experience hair loss and is triggered by hormones & genetics. As compared to women, hair loss often occurs faster in men. In men, hair loss can occur near the temples and appear as “M” shaped hair line. While in women, diffuse thinning at the top of the head which shows the part line. Diffuse thinning can occur in early 20s & 30s, due to hormonal changes, aging, thyroid or anemia.

      What Is Alopecia Areata?

      Alopecia areata causes patches of hair to fall out in a number of dissimilar places and in most instances causes’ baldness. Alopecia areata makes the body attack its anagen follicles which stops the hair growth. Alopecia areata is one of the most common causes of hair loss.

      How Can Diet Cause Hair Loss?

      When our body is deprived of essential nutrients, it may lead to hair fall. Diets lacking in iron and protein will affect hair growth because these are the nutrients required by the follicles to grow hair. Excessive consumption of alcohol and smoking a lot can also be a trigger for hair loss.

      How long after stopping medication does hair fall?

      Once a person has ceased the medication, hair can take up to 6 months to grow back. Some people may notice hair growth within 3–6 months, but it may take 12–18 months for the hair to return to normal.

      What Types of Drugs Cause Hair Loss?

      Many different types of drugs are thought to cause hair loss, including:

      • Acne medications containing vitamin A (retinoids)
      • Antibiotics and antifungal drugs
      • Antidepressants
      • Birth control pills
      • Anticlotting drugs
      • Cholesterol-lowering drugs
      • Drugs that suppress the immune system
      • Drugs that treat breast cancer and other cancers
      • Epilepsy drugs (anticonvulsants)
      • High blood pressure medications (anti-hypertensives),
      • such as beta-blockers, ACE inhibitors, and diuretics
      • Hormone replacement therapy
      • Mood stabilizers
      • Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs)
      • Parkinson's disease drugs
      • Steroids
      • Thyroid medications
      • Weight loss drugs
      What Is The Best Treatment For Hair Fall?

      There are various treatments for hair fall at Dr Aggarwal's Clinic. Consult with the hair restoration experts about the exact cause of your loss. He or she will suggest you whether you should try topical medications for hair fall or you should try hair restoration therapies.

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