Female Pattern Hair Loss

Female Pattern Hair Loss (Androgenetic Alopecia) FPHL

The incidence of women’s hair loss has increased in the last years with their hair getting sparser, especially in the frontal regions, due mainly to a combination of various factors which include dieting, stress, thyroid, contraception, and menopause.

Female pattern hair loss is an inherited nonscarring progressive thinning of hair in which the male hormones influence the women’s hair follicle leading to a reduction in the cycle of the hair growth, with the normal hair being progressively replaced by shorter hairs which are thinner, finer and wispier than normal. Early onset of Female Pattern Hair Loss is noticed first in puberty. The scalp may become greasier and dandruff may also be present.

Late onset of Female Pattern Hair Loss tends to occur in women in their mid-thirties and worsen during menopause as the female hormone level starts to fall. With the aging process and the male hormones being more dominant. This affect approximately 35% of post-menopausal women.

Early onset of Female Pattern Hair Loss is noticed first in puberty. The scalp may become greasier and dandruff may also be present.

Late onset of Female Pattern Hair Loss tends to occur in women in their mid-thirties and worsen during menopause as the female hormone level starts to fall. With the aging process and the male hormones being more dominant. This affect approximately 35% of post-menopausal women.

You may notice an increased number of hairs on a pillow or in your brush, and although it is very distressing, there is help available. Diffuse hair loss is divided into two categories Anagen Effluvium and Telogen Effluvium.

Types of hair loss

Hair loss disorders comprise an extensive group of conditions that can be classified as scarring and non-scarring alopecia. Whereas scarring alopecia is irreversible, in non-scarring alopecia there is no damage to the hair follicles. Some of the most common types of hair loss disorders fall under nonscarring alopecias. The most important factor is to understand the pathophysiology of hair loss in order to stabilize the condition and promote hair growth as quickly as possible.

The three most common alopecias are male and female pattern baldness and diffuse hair loss and the most common scalp disorders, dandruff, eczema, dermatitis, and psoriasis, which all can lead to an unhealthy scalp.

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