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TAndrogenetic alopecia is often attributed to genetic predisposition and family history. Androgenic alopecia is seen in both men and women. The hair loss in men is often faster, earlier, and more extensive.
Male-pattern baldness is a type of androgenic alopecia. Male pattern is the most common type of hair loss in men. It is due to a combination of genetics and the male hormone dihydrotestosterone. At the age of 50s about half of the males are affected by pattern hair loss. Male pattern baldness affects the growth cycle. It begins to weaken the hair follicle causing shrinks in hair follicles, producing shorter and finer strands of hair. and eventually, no new hair grows in its place. Apart from hereditary and male sex hormones, some health conditions may be a cause of baldness. When a person feels symptoms like rash, redness, pain, peeling of the scalp, hair breakage, patchy hair loss causes the hair loss.
Female pattern baldness also called androgenetic alopecia it is the main cause of hair loss in women. It’s similar to male pattern baldness, but women can lose their hair in a different pattern than men. For women Hair is lost at the front, top and the crown of the scalp. The hair loss can vary from thinning to complete baldness. There are three main factors for this type of hair loss: age, inheritance and the hormone testosterone. In fact, some women notice hair thinning in the early 20s. Normal Physiological thinning occurs in many women at the age of mid 30’s. Hair loss is due to hair shedding or a reduction in hair volume or both. Another condition called chronic telogen effluvium also presents with increased hair shedding and is mostly confused with FPHL.
For Hair Re-growth for Men and Women, there are many cosmetic treatments for hair loss. Few of them are hairpieces, synthetic wigs, human hair wigs, hair extensions, hair weaves, laser, and surgery.
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