Hair transplant for women

Hair transplant for women

After my baby was born I started losing a lot of hair and now I have several bald spots. No hair loss treatment products have helped. Would a hair transplant be suitable for me?
Dr Gregory Turowski  |  Basic member  |  Plastic surgery  |  Chicago
  • 48 answers
There are many specialists that deal with the problem of thinning hair. Most important there are many treatments available and often the hair loss can be reversible.
There are many common causes for the hair loss. Among them are changes in hormone levels, increased stress, or illness, scalp and dermatological issues, various medications, and certainly heredity.
Even a poor diet could lead to increased hair loss over the time. Anytime the hair loss is experienced, it should be consulted with your primary physician first who should be able to refer you to dermatologist-scalp and skin specialist or endocrinologist. The consultation is crucial to establish the cause of hair loss and take it from there. It can be discussed if the hair restoration is an option.
Medicalaest Greffe de Cheveux  |  Basic member  |  Plastic surgery  |  Istanbul
  • 102 answers
Increase the use of chemicals such as shampoos, dyes and hair stabilizers.
Frequent use of hair dryers.
Stress and nervous stress.
Genetic causes.
Some skin diseases such as alopecia.
Malnutrition and low protein content in food.
Some medications and chemotherapy.
Many women resort to many methods to prevent hair loss, some of them resort to herbs and natural mixtures home, and from them go to the doctor to take medication, often in the form of nourishing capsules and a solution for hair dye and shampoo medicine. But the problem is usually that hair loss treatment takes a lot of time, sometimes months and sometimes years, for a concrete result, and the problem of hair loss can reappear after a period of treatment.

Therefore, the process of hair transplantation for women is a practical solution and effective and it is characterized by rapid appearance of results and the possibility of hair loss implanted again.

Kind Regards
Medicalaest CLINIC
Dr. Thomy Kouremada-Zioga Hair Implant Surgeon  |  Basic member  |  Surgery  |  London
  • 30 answers
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I would recommend to have a proper consultation with a specialist .Most of the times at women after birth the hair loss is reversable.Thanks.

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