Female Hair Loss
What is Female Hair Loss?
Hair Loss of women can have a severe negative impact on their social life. The hair loss in women is usually due to Traction Alopecia which means due to excessive force use to tie the hair in braids, hair starts to lose its strength and certain patches of hair can be lost at once. Medicines will help especially 5% Minoxidil in foam solution is highly effective for women. But Hair Transplant is an easier, safer, and produces results faster than traditional medicines.
Hair of women has been the subject of many songs, poems and has been highly beautified and we understand that. We at Hair Free and Hair Grow provide women with additional facilities and also put them first. Hair Loss can happen to anyone, but for women, it leads to more stress and thus HFHG is there for you !
Types of female hair loss
Treatment for female hair loss
Minoxidil had already received approval from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to treat hair loss. People can buy topical Minoxidil over-the-counter, sold under the brand names Rogaine and other generic brands (OTC). Both men and women can safely use minoxidil, and users often express high levels of comfort. The hairs are stimulated to grow, which may increase the hair cycle. The look of oiliness or a widening hair separation may be decreased by making hairs thicker. Light therapy, Low-level light therapy may not be sufficient treatment for hair loss on its own, but it may act to amplify the effects of other hair loss treatments, such as minoxidil.
The effects of other hair loss medications, such minoxidil, may be amplified by low-level light therapy, which itself may not be a sufficient treatment for hair loss.
Doctors may advise hair transplantation in specific situations where the patient does not respond well to therapies. This entails shaving off a Hair transplant therapy is not appropriate for everyone and can be more expensive than other Therapies .Hair transplant surgery is completed in one or two days depending on the number of hair grafts. It entails transplanting hair follicles from the non-androgen dependent back of the scalp into frontal balding areas. which can produce excellent, desired outcomes
Corticosteroid injections may also be effective in some females. Doctors only use this treatment when it is absolutely necessary, such as in the case of alopecia areata. Alopecia areata causes a person’s hair to fall out in patches.The National Alopecia Areata Foundation suggests injecting corticosteroids directly into the hairless patch to stimulate new hair growth. This, however, may not prevent other hair from falling out. Topical corticosteroids, which come in creams, lotions, and other forms, may also help to reduce hair loss.