Archive for the ‘FEMALE HAIR LOSS’ Category
Posted by Gary Heron, on August 28th, 2007, under FEMALE HAIR LOSS, TRICHOTALK, RSS
Question: Here Are 5 Of The Myths About Female Hair Loss Or Thinning. Answer: 1 Washing your hair too much. 2 Brushing or combing too much. 3 Shaving your hair will make it regrow thicker. 4 Standing on your head will make your hair grow back. 5 Women do not go bald. Do you have [...] - More on 5 Myths About Female Hair Loss.
Posted by Gary Heron, on August 23rd, 2007, under FEMALE HAIR LOSS, TRICHOTALK, RSS
Question: Does Hair Loss Occur After The Menopause? Answer: Hair loss does sometimes occur in women after the menopause has taken place. This can be seen in thinning in the crown and temples area more predominately. Oestrogen levels play a huge role in determining the quality and thickness of a woman’s hair. There is however other [...] - More on Does Hair Loss Occur After The Menopause?
Posted by Gary Heron, on July 24th, 2007, under FEMALE HAIR LOSS, RSS
Question: I am 25 year old woman. Up until now I have not had any hair problems whatsoever. But for the past 6 months I have been losing my hair at speed. My front hairline is getting much wider and is getting thinner by the day. Both of my parents have really goods heads of [...] - More on I Am 25 Year Old Woman With Hair Loss. What Can I Do?
Posted by Gary Heron, on July 20th, 2007, under FEMALE HAIR LOSS, RSS
Question: I have noticed that many of the women in the hairdressers who are my age 47 have thinning hair. Is there a bug going around that is causing women to lose hair? What can I do about it? Answer: Female genetic balding affects possibly half of post menopausel women. All you have to do is [...] - More on Women Over 45 With Hair Loss.
Posted by Gary Heron, on July 19th, 2007, under FEMALE HAIR LOSS, MINOXIDIL, RSS
Minoxidil is a medicine used for the treatment of male and female pattern hair loss. It is not fully understood how minoxidil stimulates hair growth. Minoxidil was first used in tablet form as a medicine to treat high blood pressure (an antihypertensive). It was noticed that patients being treated with minoxidil experienced excessive hair growth [...] - More on Minoxidil How does it work?