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Medical Hair Loss
Medical Hair Loss Q&A
Female Hair Loss
Female hair loss is a disturbing issue for more than 30 million women in the United States. Today, unlike past generations, this is no longer a condition only afflicting middle aged to older women. For starters, Younger women in their young teens and mid-twenties are confronted with higher levels of stress and poorer eating habits than in previous generations, consequently suffering from excessive hair loss and thinning. “Stress” increases the levels of testosterone, which is converted into DHT, degrading or destroying the hair follicle and its chance to grow. With over 30 million women in the United States suffer from hair loss. Approximately 30% of all women will experience hair loss in varying degrees sometime during their lifetime.
Women usually notice the first indication of hair loss in their 20’s to early 40’s. Pre-menopause and menopause is usually when female hair loss becomes most apparent, yet other reasons can play a large factor. Including medical hair loss, eating habits, stress, scalp conditions, accidents, medications and more. (See below for details) Average daily shedding is estimated at 75-150 hairs. Hair loss beyond this indicates a scalp or hair abnormality. Unlike males, female hair loss may or may not be hereditary. In most cases it does not occur in a typical “Male Pattern” or localized hair loss in the crown and temple regions of the scalp. For men this can result in complete hair loss or baldness in the affected areas.