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Causes of Hair Loss in Women
Causes of Hair Loss in Women

The Most Visible Hair Loss Causes in Women

02-01-2020

Causes of Hair Loss in Women

Hair has a specific cycle. Approximately in 4 or 5 months every hair falls out and renews itself. It does not draw attention because number per day is pretty low. Normally 10-100 hair falls out in a day. If the number increases it should be interfered. Under normal conditions male pattern hair loss is not observed in women because genetically women are stronger than men. They are also affected from genetic reasons but as much as men do. Generally causes of hair loss in women are;

  • Iron and zinc deficiencies
  • Genetic reasons
  • Vitamin and mineral deficiencies
  • Thyroid disorders
  • Pregnancy, post pregnancy period
  • Hormonal instability
  • Polycystic ovarian syndrome
  • Menopause
  • Permanently used medicines
  • Cosmetic reasons (Perm, highlights)
  • Stress and irregular eating habit

Nowadays the most important reasons for hair loss in women are stress and iron and zinc deficiencies after menstrual cycle. Periodically blood tests should be done; vitamin and mineral deficiencies should be made up. In severe chronic diseases, direct support for the hair follicles would be a more effective treatment way.

In such cases, most effective treatment ways are hair mesotherapy and others. Treatment should be started according to hair analysis. Even though the treatment is so simple; if it is ignored it may lead to hair transplant.


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