When you go to a hair loss hospital, your doctor will ask about your family history and do a physical exam. He or she will look at your scalp and hair loss pattern and gently pull out a few hairs to test for causes of thinning or baldness. Blood tests may be needed if your doctor suspects an illness, such as thyroid problems or iron deficiency, is causing your hair loss.부산탈모병원추천
Hair loss is often a side effect of some medicines, such as lithium, anticoagulants (blood thinners) or antidepressants. It is also a common side effect of certain cancer treatments, such as chemotherapy.
Other conditions, such as alopecia areata or several different autoimmune diseases, can cause hair loss in both men and women. Infections of the scalp, such as ringworm, can also cause it. Significant emotional stress, such as after a divorce or the death of a loved one, can cause it too. Hairstyling habits can also cause it, especially if you pull your hair tight or use hair products that damage the hair shafts, such as hair dyes and curling irons.
A surgical procedure, called a hair transplant, can be done to give you back your lost hair. A dermatologist or cosmetic surgeon removes patches of hair-bearing skin from areas of your scalp that have it, usually on the back and sides of your head. These are then transplanted to bald or thinning parts of your scalp. Each graft contains from one to two hairs. A local anesthetic is used and sometimes sedation is given to help you feel more comfortable. There are a number of different types of hair transplants, including micrografts, slit grafts and punch grafts.청담모바로의원