The most typical type of hair loss in both men and women is pattern hair loss. Both men and women start losing their hair in a pattern soon after adolescence. The process of hair thinning and non-scarring terminal hair loss, which reduces hair density, typically takes years. The scalp is in good health and doesn't exhibit any symptoms.
The normal distribution of damaged scalp hair lacks any other scalp or dermatologic symptoms. To save as much hair as possible, early detection and therapy can assist to halt the condition's progression. Treatments that use drugs and those that don't have drugs have both been effective.
Because of the underlying genetic condition known as androgenetic alopecia, the majority of men and women experience hair thinning or balding. Male pattern baldness, as it is popularly known, is the main reason for balding in men. It is incorrect to think that female pattern baldness, also known as androgenetic alopecia, does not affect women.
Compared to the pattern seen in women, the pattern in men is very different. In contrast to female hair thinning, which appears near the middle parting and creates a Christmas tree-like pattern, male pattern baldness affects the hairline and the patient's crown.
In both situations, the genes and hormones have an effect on the follicles, causing them to shrink and gradually leading to irreversible hair loss. Baldness can occur for a variety of reasons in women, as opposed to the primary cause of baldness in men, which is DHT sensitivity. Treatments for male or female pattern baldness cannot be carried out along the same lines.
It is important to keep in mind that there is no such thing as a "one size fits all" remedy for hair loss. Each of us has a unique hair loss problem, so each person requires a different approach to therapy. Depending on the severity and health of the hair, there are numerous treatments for both men and women who experience hair loss.
Whether your hair loss is brought on by hormones or other factors like nutrition, stress, or weight loss, hair loss remedies can help.
Knowing the cause of hair loss is the first step in addressing it. You should consult a doctor if your hair appears and feels thinner than usual. According to your symptoms and medical history, a doctor can diagnose you by looking at your hair.
Nonsurgical Methods to treat Hair loss
- Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) scalp injections
- Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE)
- Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT)
- Stem Cell Therapy
- QR 678 Neo Non-Surgical Growth Factor Hair Loss Treatment
Any procedure's outcome is greatly influenced by the caliber of the product and the injector's skill. At Meddo Derma Clinics, we take the utmost care to analyze the patient's skin and hair thoroughly in order to determine their needs and provide the finest outcomes.
To achieve long-lasting benefits, the best equipment and consumables are employed to extract PRP. All throughout, high standards of hygiene are upheld. Our skilled doctors oversee the process as it is being done. Your skin and hair needs are taken into account when creating the treatment plan.