ANDROGENETIC ALOPES IN WOMEN is slightly different than male. The frontal hairline is preserved. Diffuse hair loss occurs in the centroparietal area of scalp. Complete baldness does not develop in the vertex region.
GRADE 1 Protection of frontal hairline, noticeable hair loss in vertex
GRADE 2 Significant reduction of hair on top of grade 2 grade 1
GRADE 3 Fully baldness of areas in grade 3 grade 1 and 2
Telogen Effluvium (Telogen Hair Loss): Increasing the proportion of hair in the work, pulling, washing, brushing, such as daily life with simple traumatic effects of 150 to 400 per day hair loss is. The most common causes of telogen hair loss are febrile diseases, surgical interventions, thyroid diseases, stress, protein and caloric nutrition, seasonal changes, iron zinc biotin deficiencies and drugs used.
Hair Tearing Disease (Trichotillomania): It is defined as a disorder in which a person breaks his / her hair repeatedly until it results in a significant hair loss. In trichotillomania, hair removal is the most common and hair removal from various parts of the body, such as eyelashes, beard, mustache, and armpits, has been observed.
Alopecia Areata: Hairy skin, beard area, eyebrows, eyelashes and other body hair, a certain manifestation of the body without manifestation is manifested in a spread. It is possible that the disease will affect the quality of life of the patients due to the frequent recurrence of the disease and the lack of knowledge about how to monitor it. Genetic, psychological stresses, cellular and humoral immunity, endocrine, infectious and neural factors may play a role. It can be said that the alopecia will show a prore if the hairs around the alopecic area are easily removed. Alopecia areata hair, 1/3 in 6 months in place of the case. In 1/3 cases, this period is one year. In 1/3 cases, the disease persists after one year. Re-emerging hair can sometimes be white or gray. Recurrence is seen in the majority of cases in five years.
Diffuse Alopecia: Although it is mostly seen in men, it can be seen in women. It’s a hair problem. All hair can be defined as hair loss spread over the surface. The course of diffuse alopecia may vary, but the period may continue. It is not noticeable until you have serious hair loss.
Anagen Effluvium: A sudden loss of hair after exposure to radiation or certain chemicals. This type of hair loss is most commonly seen in patients who undergo chemotherapy and radiotherapy due to cancer. Sudden hair loss occurs within 1-3 weeks of exposure. While hair loss due to chemotherapy is generally reversible, it is impossible to recycle in spills caused by radiotherapy.
Natural Hair Loss
Hair naturally has a process of shedding. 100-150 wire hair loss per day is an example of natural hair loss. When the hair starts to shed more and more, it is a problem. Spills caused by the very tight binding of the hair, natural hair loss during pregnancy or after birth are the spills.
Infectious Hair Loss
Infection affects the whole body structure and affects all the cells in the body of the person negatively affects the skin and hair structure. The infection that takes place in different parts of the body shows itself with pus and pimples on the skin. Infectious diseases in the teeth cause hair loss. After the infection, hair loss continues until the infection is removed from the body and dried. Therefore, people who have gingival diseases or caries have to apply to the dentist for treatment. All cells in the body work in conjunction with each other and the organs affect each other. Infections in the tooth cause hair loss.
Infections and infestations: The loss of hair here depends on various microorganisms (fungi, bacteria or viruses) and the destruction of the hair’s body directly or indirectly by the lice or the deterioration of the functions of the hair follicles. This type of hair loss is specifically evaluated according to the area that causes it.
Hair Loss Caused by Anemia
One of the most common problems of women is iron deficiency. As a result of iron deficiency, there is intense shedding in the hair.
Hair loss as a result of severe infections and febrile illnesses can affect people psychologically. However, the hair loss after infection is temporary and after the treatment of the diseases, the hairs that come after a certain period are replaced.
Alopecia due to thyroid diseases: In hypothyroidism, hair becomes increasingly dry, infrequent and keratosis plugs are formed. Persistent alopecia may develop if it lasts long.
Pregnancy-induced alopecia: In pregnancy, the rate of hair entering the anagen phase increases, so that more lush and shiny hair is formed, but their growth slows.
Shampoos used to cleanse hair with cosmetic treatments: Many types of shampoos are formulated in different ways and are commercially available formulated for normal, dry, oily, dyed hair. Shampoos used for oily hair cause drying on the hair if used on a daily basis. Again, it is possible to develop irritants or allergic dermatitis against substances in shampoos.
Hair dyes: Hair dyes that make a gradual coloring have little to do with contact dermatitis but can be harmful because they cause hard, brittle, lifeless hair. In addition, the metal residues in the hair makes it difficult to apply permanent dye and permanent solution. In such an application, it causes the hair to break. Semi-permanent paints have less damage to the hair shaft, but they can make contact allergic dermatitis because of the paint they contain. Hair styling, brushing, gel, spray and foam are applied for shaping the hair. The tight collection of hair in the posterior area reveals the condition called traumatic alopecia. Traumatic scans on a hair that is fragile can cause spills.