News For Hair Loss Sufferers

Japanese Firms Team Up To Fight Baldness With Stem Cell Cure Giant strides to prevent and cure baldness are being made in medical labs around the world. The latest announcement comes from Japan’s largest research organization RIKEN, which has teamed up with two Japanese companies, Kyocera and Organ Technologies, to develop a cure based on … Continue reading News For Hair Loss Sufferers

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Frontal Fibrosing Alopecia (FFA)

Frontal fibrosing alopecia (FFA) within an entity characterised through the recession from the frontotemporal hairline (FTHL) with alopecic scarring change. [15] We’ve appreciated that in individuals patients whose FFA was at a progression phase, perifollicular erythema was more apparent compared to individuals the condition continued to be stationary, with record significance. The advancement of the […] … Continue reading Frontal Fibrosing Alopecia (FFA)

What is Alopecia?

Alopecia areata is a common disease that results in the loss of hair on the scalp and elsewhere on the body. There are three types of alopecia areata; alopecia areata, alopecia areata totalis and alopecia areata universalis. In all forms of alopecia areata, the hair follicles remain alive and are ready to resume normal hair production … Continue reading What is Alopecia?

Suspecting pattern baldness? – Consult doctor for treatment

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Baldness is a universal problem faced by men and women at a certain age. However, where age is natural reason of losing tresses, many unnatural instigators can play significant roles to your per-matured baldness. It can be a health issue, stress, imbalanced hormone, nutrition deficiency or even over styling instigate follicles to shade hairs before time. Anyway, it’s heredity that is behind maximum balding cases. As per doctors genetics causes pattern baldness that’s can be treated by surgical treatment only.

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  • How do you know if you are facing pattern baldness?

In pattern baldness you start losing your hairs around your crown area. The frontal hairline is typically characterized by an “M” shaped pattern that grows into a “U” shape over the time. If you are witnessing something like that, consult a doctor for being diagnosed properly. If the specialists find a sign of pattern baldness, they may suggest hair transplant…

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