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Women with Hair Loss

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24 August, 2008

Sunday

Most commonly, a receding hairline is caused by androgenic alopecia (genetic male or female hair loss). Though no cure exists to date, non-surgical hair loss solution minoxidil (marketed as Rogaine) may help strengthen miniaturized hair causing it to regrow. Only hair restoration surgery however, is proven to grow hair in completely bald areas... Read More

17 June, 2008

Tuesday

Unfortunately, there is no cure for androgenetic alopecia (male and female pattern baldness). A number of so called solutions exist, but the only proven non-surgical hair loss treatment is minoxidil. Other causes of hair loss include hormonal changes, an iron deficiency, a thyroid condition... Read More

9 June, 2008

Monday

I strongly suggest consulting with a dermatologist who can examine you and rule out all other non-genetic causes of hair loss. Non-genetic hair loss is sometimes reversible after the condition causing it is targeted and remedied. Pulling on or out your own hair can certainly cause damage to the follicles to the point of permanent loss. Read More

29 May, 2008

Thursday

The only FDA approved hair loss treatment for women is Rogaine with minoxidil. Be sure to give it at least 4 to 6 months before determining whether or not you are experiencing hair regrowth. Spironolactone for hair loss has been used orally to treat baldness in extreme... Read More


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