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Overview

Androgenic alopecia also known as patterned hair loss for men and women causes baldness primary in the top of the scalp and sometimes may even affect the front. This type of occurrence is prevalent for men and is known to occur due to many factors such as genetics and the male hormone dihydrotestosterone. Such an affliction can be treated swiftly with the help of an expert dermatologist in most cases.

Androgenic Alopecia Symptoms

Androgenic alopecia symptoms are apparent for both men and women can be identified visually. Though such an affliction is not life-threatening or even severe, yet it still can result in a loss of moral and cause a dilemma for the patients suffering from it. The common symptoms are:

  • Frequent hair fall
  • Balding of the scalp
  • Thinning of hair
  • Receding Hairline

Causes of Androgenic alopecia

Many reasons may lead to such a condition in both the male and the female. Though it is mostly the male counterparts who suffer from such an affliction, women are not known to be immune from it either. The following androgenic alopecia causes can affect the hair and result in baldness:

  • Dihydrotestosterone (DHT)
  • Testosterone
  • Prostaglandin D2
  • Hormonal imbalance

Androgenic Alopecia And Depression

Though hair loss is not a severe issue for most people physically, it still evidently causes loss of confidence and depression. Hair loss can affect people psychologically and may also have a wide variety of physical effects. Therefore the services of a dermatologist become hugely crucial for such individuals.

Diagnosing Androgenic Alopecia

Dermatologists and androgenic alopecia Specialists can diagnose the problem usually by a physical examination of the scalp. A blood test may also be required to determine the cause of the problem.

Androgenic Alopecia Treatment

There are a wide variety of Dermatologists and androgenic alopecia treatment that can diagnose the problem usually by a physical examination of the scalp. A blood test may also be required to determine the cause of the problem for the patient. A few of them are:  

  • Hair transplant
  • Dietary supplements
  • Anti DHT medication

Finding the best androgenic alopecia doctors near you has never been easier and we through our website provide the necessary list of such doctors at your fingertips.

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