Hair loss in women is frequently of a diffuse nature, and thus, in most women may be a challenge to the Doctors in, Hair transplant Clinics in Gurgaon. But in most cases, the hair loss in these women frequently begins at the vertex and progresses anteriorly as they approach their 30s and 40s. The family history in these women is also compatible with a male pattern type of hair loss, with many of the male and female family members reporting balding in both the vertex and superior portions of the scalp. It is this subgroup of women who may be the most appropriate candidates for hair transplantation because the posterior scalp area has an adequate donor area.
The history these women give is fairly typical and one of the slow but progressive hair loss, and it is most evident on the superior scalp with good density on both sides and posteriorly. The other interesting characteristic in many of these women is that they maintain a low frontal hairline with a margin of hair anteriorly. This is unlike the male counterpart with a progressive elevation of the frontal hairline and increasing temporal recession as the patient ages.
Women with this primary type of alopecia/hair loss characteristically will maintain that frontal hairline for life, and therefore transplantation needs to begin in this relatively low frontal area and progress posteriorly. This approach is not appropriate for most men, however, because a low hairline can lead to a border of permanent fringe with the absence of hair behind the area. These factors must be taken into consideration in comparing women and men with androgenic pattern hair loss.
In many women, however, the cause of hair loss is secondary to numerous factors, such as pregnancy, surgery, metabolic disorders, chemotherapy, stress and autoimmune disease. This type of hair loss is often of acute nature and careful evaluation must be done, before deciding on Hair transplant in Gurgaon. On occasion, in the patient who has had hair loss after chemotherapy, if enough time has transpired to allow recovery and there still has been no growth, transplantation may be appropriate.
Traumatic alopecia is primarily secondary to ischaemia of the hair bulbs, although it can be secondary to direct tissue loss as in post-burn alopecia/hair loss. Numerous factors can lead to this ischaemia. Prolonged pressure on the scalp in a single area, such as in a patient who lies in a comatose position for hours at a time, can cause enough to the scalp, so that there can be hair loss, without loss of actual soft tissues. With severe ischaemia, death of the hair bulb can lead to permanent baldness. Interestingly an increase in hair growth due to enhanced blood flow may explain the effect of minoxidil, in which there is the vasodilatation of the scalp and tissue surrounding the hair follicle.
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