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    **Caroilne** Female

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    Default Reasons for hair loss

    They say that losing up to 100 strands of hair in a day is perfectly normal, but if you lose any more hair than that, it can create trouble in future. However, it is essential to know what has triggered your hair loss in order to find a suitable solution. Luckily, there are a gazillion options to cure hair loss. Some of the most popular ones include women hair transplant in Dubai, PRP Therapy Stem Cell Therapy, and Laser Hair Growth.
    Key Factors Contributing to Hair Loss
    Following are the most common triggers that are responsible for excessive hair shedding:

    • Hereditary/ Genetics

    • Hormonal Imbalances

    • Medications

    • Medical Conditions

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    **Rohit Sharma** Male

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    Alopecia is the medical term for hair loss, and there are two main types: alopecia areata and androgenic (androgenetic) alopecia. Alopecia may cause hair loss only on the scalp or all over the body. It may result in thinning hair, patches of hair loss, some balding, or total baldness, and it may be permanent or temporary. There are numerous causes, including genetics. Talk to your doctor about possible treatments.
    Hair transplantation is the best hair loss treatment in modern era. India is the promising place for hair transplantation.

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    **Kevin Hale** Male

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    It happens during your morning shower, while you're blowing it dry, or when you give it a quick brush and that's normal.The main reason's are listed below:
    Telogen Effluvium
    Hereditary Hair Loss
    Hypothyroidism
    Lupus
    Iron Deficiency Anemia
    Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
    Skin Conditions of the Scalp
    Alopecia Areata
    Excessive Styling

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    **Hina Khan** Female

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    There are a number of reasons why your hair may be falling out, some of these include:
    After illness or major surgery
    Hormonal problems- if your thyroid is overactive or underactive your hair may fall out
    Some medicines also cause hair loss - but usually this will improve after you stop taking the medicine.
    Apart from that Common baldness or male-pattern baldness is the most common cause and is usually inherited.
    Hope this helps .

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    **Manistha Jain** Female

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    Hair fall is usually a natural process. 50 to 100 number of hair per day can fall naturally and then regrow. Your body goes through the cycles of hair replacement on your scalp. There is a rest period of 2-3 months, then they fall out and a new hair grows in its place. But if you are suffering from sudden hair loss, then there are several causes of sudden hair loss which may be temporary or permanent.

    Causes of hair loss

    - Thyroid Disease
    - Alopecia
    - Stress
    - Use of other medications for treatment like cancer
    - After pregnancy
    - Low Vitamin Level
    - Anaemia
    - Hormones
    - Over styling on hair
    - After recovering from Illness.


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