Answer 7 Questions To Diagnosis Whether Your Alopecia Is Abnormal

Symptoms           Diagnosis Treatments
Question 1 :
Is your hair falling out in small patches?
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Question 2 :
Are these patches red, itchy or oily?
It can be caused by : Seborrhea,
Lichen Planus,
Ringworm
Oral antifungal drug at least 6-8 weeks.
Alopecia Areata
An autoimmune disease that causes temporary alopecia with small, coin-sized areas.
Hair will regrow within a year without any treatment in about 50% of patients.
Corticosteroids,
Rogaine
Question 3 :
Are you a man who has gradually lost hair in the front or on the top of your head and has relatives with similar hair loss?
You may have classic
Androgenetic Alopecia
Rogaine promotes new hair growth by forcing the hair follicles to grow.
Propecia effectively lower DHT levels in the scalp by as much as 60%.
Hair Transplant Surgery
          
Question 4 :
Have you used any chemicals on your hair, or have you worn tight braids or cornrows?
It may be from
Follicular Damage
Immediately remove the braids.

Discontinue the use of harsh chemicals, the accumulation of chemical on the scalp can clog hair pores and strangle hair follicles, allowing hair to fall out at an alarming rate.
          
Question 5 :
Are you taking any new medicines, or are you being treated for cancer?
A side effect of
Medicines, Steroids or Chemotherapy
Discuss with your doctor.
          
Question 6 :
Have you been weak, tired or anxious?
You may have
Thyroid Disease,
Iron or Zinc Deficiency,
Excess Stress,
Lack Sleep
Once your disease diagnosed and the right treatment is prescribed to regulate thyroid hormone levels, the alopecia problem should resolve itself.
5 Vitamin 7 Mineral Supplement
          
Question 7 :
Are you a woman who is older than 50, or who has given birth within the last three months?
Estrogen levels has a large number of changes and lead to hair shedding.
Pregnancy, Postpartumm,
Female Menopause
Take 300 mcg Of Biotin Daily
Scalp Exercise
Aromatherapy
Hair Thickening Fiber