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    Female Hair Loss Treatment

    There are numerous reasons why women might experience hair loss. Anything from medical conditions to hormonal changes to stress may be the culprit. It’s not always easy tracing the root cause, but here are some of the possibilities and what you can do.

    Hair Regrowth Treatment

    The hair treatment involves a simple procedure where the patient’s blood is drawn, then processed using a centrifuge machine to separate the enriched plasma from the rest of the blood components. This enriched substance is then activated and carefully administered into the scalp. During the process, patients might experience slight discomfort. In addition to the treatment, patients are also instructed to follow a regimen of oral medications, hair serums, and lotions to effectively manage hair loss.

    The procedure comprises the following steps:

    Step 1:

    Involves withdrawing the patient’s blood.

    Step 2:

    We then centrifuge the blood by the double spin method.

    Step 3:

    We extract the platelet rich portion of the blood

    Step 4: 

    Final steps involves injecting this which has high concentration of platelets and growth factors back on the scalp in areas of hair thinning

    Signs Of Hair Loss

    Hair loss may present in different ways depending on the cause. You may notice sudden hair loss or a gradual thinning over time. 

    Certain signs include:

    Overall thinning. Gradual thinning on the top of the head is the most common type of hair loss. It affects both men and women. While men tend to see a receding hairline, women generally notice that their part broadens.

    Bald spots. They may be circular or patchy. They may resemble coins in size and usually appear on the scalp. Your skin may even feel itchy or painful immediately before the hair falls out.

    Handfuls of hair. You may experience very sudden hair loss, particularly after emotional or physical trauma. The hair may come out quickly while you’re washing or combing it. 

    Full loss. In some medical situations, particularly with medical treatments like chemotherapy, you may notice hair loss suddenly and all over your body at once.

    Results Of Female Hair Loss Treatment


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    Frequently Asked Questions:


    Q1. What causes hair loss in women?

    Female hair loss can have various cause, such as hormonal changes (such as during menopause), stress, certain medical condition (such as thyroid disorders), and certain medications.

    Q2. How is female hair loss diagnosed?

    Female hair loss is usually diagnosed based on a physical examination and medical history, as well as blood tests and scalp biopsies to rule out underlying medical conditions.

    Q3. Can female hair loss be treated?

    Yes, female hair loss can often be treated, depending on the underlying cause. Treatment options may include medications, hair transplant treatment, or lifestyle changes (such as reducing stress and improving nutrition).

    Q4. Are there any natural remedies for female hair loss?

    There are various natural remedies that may help improve the health of the hair and scalp, such as massaging the scalp with essential oils (such as lavender or rosemary), taking supplements (such as biotin or iron), and eating a balanced diet rich in protein, vitamins, and minerals.