There are many reasons why women can lose their hair. While some hair loss occurs daily naturally, there is many reasons why hair loss could accelerate beyond the norm and become noticeable. The good news is that there are treatments available to help. Let us take a deeper look.
Female Pattern Hair Loss – FPHL
Female pattern hair loss is a type of androgenetic alopecia that impacts women. This genetic condition, while able to become present in both sexes, manifest in different patterns of hair loss in each sex. For female hair loss, this generally effects the entire scalp through the minimization of hair until it becomes difficult to see.
This condition is caused by hormonal issues. DHT is produced, a byproduct of testosterone, and hair becomes miniaturized over time. These hormonal issues can be brought on by age, hereditary factors, pregnancy, birth control, hormones, and many other reasons.
To get the right treatment, it is vital to have a Trichologist to determine what’s the cause of your hair loss.
Without a proper assessment, mistakes can be made when it comes to treatment options.
What Else Looks Like Female Pattern Hair Loss?
Everything that may look like Female Pattern Hair Loss may not be Female Pattern Hair Loss. Here are some examples:
This is a temporary hair loss condition many women face. It is usually brought on by trauma which brings it out of the “growth” phrase and into the “resting phrase”, creating temporary hair loss.
Telogen Effluvium (TE) can be started by poor diet, the shock of quick weight loss due to dieting, surgery, stress, some drug use, to name just a few. A Trichologist can help determine how it started and time often lets it sort itself out.
Anagen effluvium is another temporary hair loss problem. Chemotherapy often causes it.
Traction Alopecia is hair loss that comes from damage to the hair follicles themselves. Poor hairstyling treatments like hair bleaching, hair dying, using a hair dryer that is too hot, and many other beauty services can start this kind of hair loss.
Trichotillomania is a disorder where mostly younger girls pull out their hair.
Alopecia Areata is a female hair loss that manifests in coin size small patches of hair falling out. It is an auto-immune issue.
Once the Trichologist is sure your hair loss is from Female Pattern Hair Loss, the most appropriate treatment method can be determined.
Female Hair Loss: What are the Best Treatments
AAPE® is a stem cell technology that helps hair follicles to regenerate and become restored.
AAPE® treatment is well accepted and proven across the board. It has:
US FDA and CFDA approval
PCPC US registration
Appeared in 15 International SCI journals
Holds 28 Patents registration worldwide
AAPE® is available at our own Hair Loss clinic.
Pharma Hermetic Hair Recovery Program
For those hoping to revitalize their hair bulb, and boosting thickness and strength Pharma Hermetic Hair Recovery Program® has a proven record of success, which has built a great deal of confidence in the program among the community. It has no side effects and can deliver lasting results.
Nourkrin® Women to Treat Women’s Hair Loss
Many people do not want to take hair loss treatment drugs, preferring healthier options. Nourkrin® meets these needs containing natural ingredients that have been proven to help restore hair in a full 77% of people who try the treatment. Nourkrin® is the only treatment available in the world containing Marilex®, which competitors often try to cause confusion about. The fact is their use of Marilex is legally protected. Nourkrin® Woman is 100% safe and drug-free. The treatment is available from our hair loss clinic.
The Theradome® Laser Hair Therapy
The Theradome® Laser Hair Therapy is the world’s most advanced laser hair growth treatment that can be used at home. Far superior to LED devices, Theradome can restore hair to a healthy state. Its one-of-a-kind laser hair helmet has been exactingly build to much-needed scientific specifications to be a powerfully effective hair loss treatment.
SMP® Scalp Micropigmentation
If you suffer from no hair growth in bald areas, or are just trying to grow thicker looking hair, SMP® Scalp Micropigmentation can be a great choice. It is most appropriate for women with dark brown or black hair. Using experienced professionals for this treatment is a must.
Think you are suffering from Female Pattern Hair Loss or any other hair loss conditions? Why not fill out this online assessment form for our Trichologist at Hair Loss Clinic Toronto and Richmond Hill to help you with your problem. Please visit: