Although many prescription drugs and some over the counter medications may cause hair loss, it's rarely permanent and usually stops when treatment ends.
Don't attempt to self-diagnose, or stop any medication that you think is causing the problem. Discuss the situation with your doctor.
Read everything you can about every medication that's prescribed for you. If it seems to be a common hair loss cause, ask if you can have an alternative drug.
You can usually expect your locks to be back to their former glory within a few months of stopping your medication.
Linchen planopilaris : an autoimmune disorder where the body attacks the hair follicle
Swimming in chlorine water and not washing the hair afterwards can cause hair loss.
Telogen effluvium is caused by severe stress which causes the hair to go into the telogen phase, which is the resting phase. A person with telogen effluvium can lose 400 or more hairs a day, causing even more distress for the individual. This condition affects both men and women equally.
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The rich concentration of platelets now has to be applied to the scalp where hair loss has begun. Therefore, preparing the scalp to receive the PRP is necessary. For this, the scalp is stimulated to activate the wound healing process. Topical anesthesia is applied on the portion of the scalp where PRP will be injected. To prepare the scalp for PRP application, a special micro needling roller device is used. This roller device causes microtrauma to the lower layer of the scalp that induces other healing and growth repair cells into action. The microneedle roller uses 192 unique needles made up of titanium that pierce into the skin and open the skin to create micro wounds. Since it uses less pressure, the pain is minimal. Immediately, the highly concentrated PRP is injected in many different areas of the scalp.