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How to Stop Frontal Hair Loss  

How to Stop Frontal Hair Loss  Considering that we live in a society where looks matter so much, losing hair can be devastating. Having long and strong hair will always make you feel better about yourself. You will feel more confident and more attractive. You might find it easier to live amongst other people who may judge your looks. However, things do not always go your way. A great number of people complain of hair loss today. It can affect both men and women, while most people suffering from it are male. But, the situation changes when we talk about specifically frontal hair loss as it mostly happens in women. But why does it happen? What is it? How to stop frontal hair loss? In order to find answers to all of those, keep on reading this blog post until the end. You will learn a lot more than what you expected. 

What can cause hair loss?

None of us live their lives imagining losing their hair at some point. Most of us just do not think about it until it happens. Sadly, hair loss can happen to anyone regardless of age or gender. Even then, however, there are still many factors that can cause it for some people. Keeping those factors in mind may help you with your future plans. If you know that you are more likely to lose hair, you can arrange your life for that. You can even start researching hair implants before it becomes a necessity. And the earlier you start, the better treatments you may find. For that, you can always contact our hospital. Our staff will be happy to serve you and answer all your questions. 




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  That being said, what are those factors? How can you know if you have a higher risk of facing hair loss? The most important part is your family history. There is a hereditary trait that can make hair follicles be too sensitive to certain hormones. This mostly happens in men. Let’s say your father or grandfather lost their hair at a certain age. That makes it likely that you might lose hair around that age as well. Another factor is the one that mostly affects women. Hormonal changes. Unlike men, women go through hormone changes much more. The most prominent one is during menopause. During that time a lot of women notice their hair thinning. While it is not the same as male hair loss, it can lead to that. Those two are the main reasons why some people lose their hair earlier. 

What is frontal hair loss?

  Frontal hair loss, however, is not completely the same as regular hair loss. We also call it frontal fibrosing alopecia. It is the loss of hair on the front part of your scalp. Frontal fibrosing alopecia usually happens from the destruction of hair follicles or inflammation. It mostly occurs in white women who are postmenopausal. However, we can sometimes see it in other people who do not fit that category as well. You will not always have many symptoms before it. But some people sometimes feel a burning sensation or itching before it becomes visible. If you want to get a diagnosis, you can visit a hospital. They will take a piece of your skin from your scalp to examine. You will not feel anything due to local anesthesia, but it will leave small scarring. After that, you can get your diagnosis. 

  If you want to know why frontal hair loss happens, you will be disappointed. There is no specific answer to that question. There is some information but not enough. We can say that your immune system plays a role. Because we know that it happens because lymphocytic cells, which are a part of it play a role. These cells attack your hair follicles but we do not know why it affects only the frontal area. Like in many hair related issues, your hormones might be a reason as well. Genetics might also have a part but it is not a hereditary condition. Although, there were cases where people from the same family were affected. However, in short, we do not completely know yet why it happens. Regardless of that, there are solutions that may help you a bit. So keep reading! How Long Does FUE Hair Transplant Last?

Ways to stop frontal hair loss

After learning what frontal hair loss is, you probably want an answer to your big question. How to stop it? Sadly, there is no cure that can bring back the hair that you already lost. Our treatments can help to slow the process but once it starts it cannot be reversed. For many people, the condition stops over time as well, yet, lost hair remains lost. Still, using some of the many ways of treatments that are available can help to avoid further hair loss. Some of these are medicines that you can use on your scalp. Certain gels or creams can ease any uncomfortable feeling that you may have. They can also slow down your hair loss. Some pills that you can take might also help. They can reduce inflammation and help you relax. There are many to choose from. 



  There are other types of solutions available as well. When fighting with frontal hair loss, we have a lot in our hands after all! If ointments are not really your thing, why not consider injections? There are injections of steroids for your scalp that do not only help inflammation but also slow the hair loss. However, getting one injection is not always enough. So you might need to repeat this process. There are also treatments to balance your hormone levels. Since a decrease of testosterone in hair follicles lead to losing hair, maintaining it can help. You can always contact our hospital to determine which treatment suits you the best. And as we mentioned above, you cannot grow back hair that you already lost. But, we can suggest you an FUE treatment that can help with your bald spot. Contact us for more information.

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