Hair Loss After Typhus?
Hello, a year ago I developed typhus symptoms. And until now still like to relapse, my question … is there a connection with typhus with my hair loss now ?? Previously, I thank you
Hello Surti, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Hair loss can indeed occur due to bacterial infections, one of which is typhus, although it is quite rare and until now research on this condition has not been developed further.
Although your hair loss can be caused by typhus, but it is also necessary to consider whether there are other conditions that are more likely to cause your complaint such as:
Hereditary factors Using inappropriate hair care products Frequently using hair dryers / hair straighteners, hair dye, hair bands / hair clips too tight Hormonal changes Inadequate nutrient intake such as iron, protein or vitamin A deficiency that is excessive Side effects of drugs Because there are quite a number of possible causes, it is highly recommended to consult your complaint further with a dermatologist to determine what is the probable cause of your current loss and what therapy should be given / done.
In addition to consultation, you are also advised to avoid the causes of hair loss wherever possible which can be avoided and avoid the habit of pulling / pulling hair. You are allowed to use hair tonics that are sold freely until there is further advice from your doctor.
I hope this helps.