Hair Loss Postoperatively.?
the end of last year I had a small operation .. Not long after that my hair fell out and went to the salon to cut even in a blow using a hair dryer .. Even more fall out … Hair is already very thin. In 2016 I got db, her hair fell out too and after I took care of her hair loss, it fell out normal again … But now it’s falling crazy again … Can it still be stopped?
HalloRiani056, thank you for consulting us on HealthReplies.com.
Hair loss or also known as alopecia is a condition in which the amount of hair on the scalp decreases. Most people, especially women, have experienced hair loss. In general, losing 100 strands of hair per day is normal, but if this happens excessively there will be an underlying medical reason.
Hair loss can result from a variety of things, including:
because of hormones
poor nutritional status
due to certain medical conditions such as diabetes, Down syndrome, and hyperthyroidism
side effects of certain medications such as medications for arthritis, depression, heart problems and medications for high blood pressure
psychological stress such as stress which can cause temporary hair loss
the presence of certain autoimmune skin diseases such as lupus, licheen planus, sarcoidosis
use of drugs and therapies in cancer such as chemotherapy, immunotherapy and radiotherapy
Surgical action that was once done is not the underlying cause of the hair loss that you experience, for that we recommend that you consult further about this with a dermatologist, so that you can determine the underlying cause of the hair loss.
Some medications that can be used to treat hair loss are:
While other simple precautions you can take to prevent hair loss that can get worse are by:
avoid styling your hair tied tightly
look for interesting or twisted hair habits
use a wide-toothed comb when combing hair
avoid using excessive heat or electronic equipment on the hair
familiarize yourself with eating foods that contain balanced nutrition
Thus we can convey to you, hopefully our explanation can be useful for you. thanks.