Asked in Women's HealthHair Loss and Treatment
What are the causes of hair loss in women?
August 04, 2016 9:13PM
Hair loss in women:
if hair is coming out in clumps, or you notice circular patches of balding spots, however, there is definitely a problem, and treatment will be based upon the specific cause.The following causes should be investigated if you are experiencing more-than-normal hair loss
You need a strong anti-androgen topical that will stop hormones attacking your hair follicles. I say topical to avoid any nasty side affects.
The strongest topical anti-androgen on the market is Androvex. I think you buy it online
It'll give you regrowth and no side affects.
One of the largest reasons besides cancer treatment is THYROID imbalance. Very easy to test and treat for.
Answer: If your hair is falling out the best thing you can do is to see a doctor, get a physical and see a good dermatologist and an endocrinologist. They can check for thyroid issues and other conditions or deficiencies that may be causing hair loss.