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Triko Ok Women:

Hair loss in women

The hormone factor

Hair loss in women: the hormone factorWomen may also be affected by androgenetic alopecia because it is a manifestation of genetic origin with hereditary derivations, which can affect women after the menopause, when the body finds a reduction of female hormo-
nes such as estrogen and progestero-
ne and you may notice a preponderance of male hormones called androgens. The particular perceptibility of the hair follicles to the effect of male hormones is the cause of alopecia and in particular of DHT or dihydrotestosterone, a hormone derived from testosterone and that develops a process decongestant on the bulb.

Slowly ...

In women, the loss of hair is not sudden and usually is associated with the onset of dandruff and seborrhea. Androgenetic alopecia, as regards the female universe and unlike alopecia detectable on man, is composed by a rarefaction more extended and compact, which may also involve the areas behind the head and does not determine almost never completely bald areas. The hairline, in the woman, it is almost never involved by this type of problem.

The “little help” ...

Hair loss in women: the hormone factorThere is a shortage of treatments for female androgenetic alopecia, even if we compare them with those of men that are also scarce. In man, for example, we make use of finasteride which operates on the hair follicle getting results antiandrogenic but this drug can not be given to women because it may cause serious dangers to the fetus malformation in case of maternity.
There are additional anti-androgens hypothetically be used (flutamide, cyproterone acetate), but the results that ensue are limited and the risk of collateral damage due to drugs are high. The hair transplant could be a solution for this possibility but also the successes on the woman are lower than those on the man.

When the cause is a disease

Androgenetic alopecia in women, usually is expressed in ladies in good health but in some situations there may be hormonal dysfunction, as in the circumstance of “PCOS” where, in addition to alopecia, also appears hirsutism (excess of hair), the irregular cycle, obesity and other complications. It’s always a good idea to move towards an specialistic assessment in order to define the case of androgenic alopecia or a simple form linked to hormonal conditions.

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