Greasy Scalp, losing hair everyday. What treatment should I be getting? (photos)
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Having a greasy scalp can be due to excess sebum production and does not necessarily correlate with increased hair loss
Having a greasy scalp can be due to excess sebum production and does not necessarily correlate with increased hair loss. It's normal for patients to lose up to a 100 hairs a day. If you feel like your scalp is thinning I would recommend a consultation with a physician so you can first consider a preventative medication such as Rogaine or Propecia. A hair transplantation will not stop further hair loss but can certainly help add density to thinning regions.
Hair loss and oily scalp is not directly related. If you are concerns it is best to see a doctor for an examination
Hair loss and oily scalp is not directly related. If you are concerns it is best to see a doctor for an examination for possible treatment plans.
It is best to have a consultation with a hair restoration surgeon who can evaluate your scalp and hair, as well as discuss all options available to you, and assess whether or not you are a good candidate at this point. A hair transplant does not stop the hair from falling out, preventative medications such as finasteride can help slow the progression of hair loss. Also, sometimes over washing your scalp can cause more production of oil, it could also be caused by the shampoo you are using.
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Greasy Scalp, losing hair everyday. What treatment should I be getting?
Thank you for your question.
Loss of hair is a natural process when it is between the limits that the body can restore them. When the capacity of the body to restore the hair loss is beaten by the excessive hair loss then we can name this situation something that should be treated. Women started to experience balding even more in the last 2 decades. It is getting more and more common also in women population. However it is also good to know that this problem is also treatable when it is present in women.
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that kind of complaints are very common between AGA patients . you cant change or stop greasy hair characteristics . you have been start to loose yur hair and it will go on . eventually you need a restoration surgery . Hair transplant , I advice FUE , does not help in stopping hair fall which is already present.
Greasy Scalp - losing hair
Having a greasy scalp does not lead to hair loss. You should shampoo to clean your hair. Many times when the hair is oily, you should shampoo, rinse and repeat at the same time to be sure the oils on the scalp are washed away as well.
Your hair loss is another issue entirely and you should have an evaluation with an experienced physician to determine a proper treatment plan.
Grease is not the problem
Its' not the grease that's the problem so don't over treat it. You could be doing yourself some harm by traumatizing your scalp, but it won't change your hair loss. You appear to have some early male pattern balding. Given your young age, you should consider medical therapy such as finesteride -- that is to slow the process. Once stable, consider grafting. I prefer the ARTAS robotic system because not only does it insure that your donor area looks good (that back of your head), it can be used to make the sites for grafting as well, thereby protecting your existing hairs. Good luck!
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