Hair Stem Cell Transplantation
Hair loss in women
What causes hair loss in women? Stress, heredity, or is it caused by hormones? It is important to examine your situation to obtain the correct diagnosis. Only then can we get the most out of the treatment. Our mission is to ensure the best solution so that you can feel comfortable again.
ALOPECIA, HORMONES, DISEASES AND STRESS
The causes of hair loss
No woman would want thin hair or thinning hair due to extreme hair loss. A full head of hair means a lot for our appearance, but also for our self-esteem. The most common causes of hair loss in women are:
• Hair loss due to an autoimmune disorder (alopecia areata)
• Hair loss caused by other diseases
• Hair loss caused by hormones
• Hair loss caused by medication
• Hair loss due to stress (telogen effluvium)
THE CAUSAL LINK OF HEREDITY
Baldness in women
Hereditary baldness, also known as androgenetic alopecia, is not a disease. It is a natural process of the body that is influenced by hereditary factors and hormones. Baldness in women usually occurs in transition when oestrogen production is slowing down. The hair growth process is interrupted due to thinning hair.
Baldness in women occurs evenly and develops over the entire surface of the scalp. The hair then becomes thinner from the crown towards the rest of the scalp. This eventually results in permanent baldness. In hereditary baldness, the hair growth phase is shortened from three to five years to a few months. After the growth phase, the new hair becomes thinner and thinner until the hair follicle dies and can no longer produce hair. If this runs in your family, then there is a good chance it will also affect you.