FUE Hair Transplant is an attractive option to all those who have been suffering from hair loss. If you have been curious about it and have been wondering who is a good candidate, then here are some things that you should know about before making a decision. Diagnosis plays a key role before undergoing any sort of treatment. Diagnosis will help you determine hair loss and the working of the hair transplant treatment.

How is hair loss diagnosed?

Hair loss is diagnosed by specialists by examining the condition of the scalp, hair and your health. Questions are asked regarding your health to draw a clear picture of your current health situation. Androgenic alopecia or pattern baldness or other hair loss triggers are essential. Once you’ve been diagnosed, there are various possibilities of hair loss treatment. There are various advancement and latest methods which have become available to not only prevent hair loss but which also help in regrowth of hair.

What are some of the causes of hair loss?

Male pattern baldness is genetic and if it runs in your family, you will start to see the resemblance of your scalp with that of your relatives in your 20s or 30s. even if you are sure that you have male pattern hair loss or androgenic alopecia, you may still need a diagnosis as everyone’s rate of hair fault differs from person to person.

For women, the causes of hair loss can be a lot different from those that are faced by men. Extreme Stress, Surgery, Medication, Deprivation dieting or crash diets, thyroid issues, anaemia, hormonal disruptions, auto-immune disorders and tension on the scalp related to tight hairstyles are just some of the causes. Once your hair loss has been diagnosed, your hair transplant surgeon will recommend you not just hair surgery but other interventions which might be helpful.

Get a Scalp Examination done

The purpose of a scalp examination is to determine whether you have a genetic predisposition to miniaturizing hair due to androgenic alopecia or whether your hair is falling out due to other reasons. The consultation involves gathering various information and answering questions. But it is crucial to get your scalp examined especially by an expert who will know what to look for. Hair strand structure, the density of growth, hair count and condition of your scalp are all considered.

A hair pull out test may also be performed, and no it is not painful. In this test, a small bundle of hair is gently pulled upwards and the number of hair strands which are easily released and fall out is counted. Losing a little hair every day is normal. Even the people who aren’t suffering from a hair loss condition can easily be expected to shed around 100 hair strands per day. But thinning occurs when a lesser number of strands grow in comparison to the strands which have fallen out. You may be even required to go through a blood test.


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