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People with certain types of hair loss, especially lichen planopilaris and telogen effluvium, as well as African Americans, Asians, and men, are more likely to have severe vitamin D deficiency.
Genetic variants affect minoxidil hair loss treatment success.
Microneedling may help hair loss, but needs more research.
No cure for female pattern hair loss, but various effective treatments exist.
Female pattern hair loss has unclear causes, possibly involving genetics, hormones, and environment, and needs better treatments.
Most Indian people with hair loss in the study lacked nutrients, especially iron.
New method measures female hair loss: Female Pattern Hair Loss Severity Index (FPHL-SI).
CTE and FPHL are different hair loss types with unique causes.
Female pattern hair loss is common, linked to polycystic ovarian syndrome, and treated with topical Minoxidil.
5% minoxidil foam once daily works as well as 2% minoxidil solution twice daily for female hair growth and is more convenient.
Estrogen and prolactin may play bigger roles in female hair loss than previously thought.
Hair loss in women may have causes other than hormones.
Minoxidil 2% and 5% are common treatments for female pattern hair loss, with other options including anti-androgens, oral contraceptives, and hair transplantation.
Hair loss severity relates to increased miniaturization in female pattern hair loss.
Androgenetic alopecia in women needs more research and better management strategies.
Hair loss in women is genetic, diagnosed by examination and biopsy, and treated with minoxidil, finasteride, or transplantation.
Hair loss affects self-esteem and quality of life; treatments can help.
Hair loss affects women's mental health more than men's, causing anxiety, low self-esteem, and social insecurity.
Common baldness, also known as Androgenetic Alopecia, is caused by a combination of genetic factors and hormones called androgens.
Poor blood supply in hair follicles is linked to nutrient deficiency in patients with female pattern hair loss, and adding more nutrients could potentially fix this.