Hormonal disorders and deficiency in the blood can be seen as the cause of hair loss, especially for women.
Androgenetic Alopecia is the reason for hair loss in 80% of women. Hair Loss was observed in three different types:
Androgenetic Alopecia is a genetic disorder and in addition to that; menopause, giving birth, thyroid gland dysfunctions and stress can trigger hair loss.
If it should be explained briefly, menopause; because it generates a decrease of estrogen causes hair loss in women. In addition, because estrogen level turns back to normal in the post-partum period, hair loss can be seen. In this case, one should meet this problem as a normal situation, because it was observed that the hair would return to normal at least in six months. Apart from that, it is known that stress causes hair loss. To overcome hair loss regarding stress one should get rid of the stressful lifestyle. Moreover, it is known that thyroid gland dysfunctions may be the cause of hair loss. It can be solved via thyroid treatment or hair transplantation.
Here is the checklist of hormonal values, vitamin and blood deficiencies that can cause hair loss.
Hemogram – Ferritin – B12 – TSH – T3 – T4 – FSH – LH – Progesterone – Oestradiol – Prolactin – Testosterone.
Without checking out the list of these tests any procedure of hair transplantation cannot be done. The reason for it, if there is a problem with the hormones, vitamins or blood grafts that are implanted to the scalp cannot grow or settle. Even if grafts settle, it wouldn’t be healthy and one can have hair loss in the implanted area.
That’s why, if one suffers from hormonal dysfunctions, blood or vitamin deficiency, it must be treated and then hair transplantation can be done.