Hi if you can please give me some information I would appreciate it thank you
My hair is breaking and I'm finding it doesn't grow. What should I do, who should I see?
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"Breaking Bad" Hair
Shema, if your hair is breaking and doesn’t grow I would start with seeing your physician to get some basic blood work including CBC, iron, ferritin, TSH. If you are a female with irregular periods, you need to mention that as additional blood work is necessary. Also, you need to look at other issues such as flat/curling iron use, hair products/chemicals/color and your nutrition.
If you are losing hair and want treatment options you should schedule a consultation with a doctor.
If you are losing hair and want treatment options you should schedule a consultation with a doctor. There may be numerous reasons why you are experiencing hair loss.
You should go to a dermatologist and ask about the hair breakage. Sometimes the use of products supplied by your hair stylist can address breakage
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There are a lot of causes of breaking hair, some medical, some nutritional, some mechanical, some environmental, some due to genetics. It's important for you seek advice from an expert and get a proper diagnosis.
My hair is breaking - what should I do?
Without seeing your scalp up close (or even a photo), I can't say. There are a few causes of hair breakage. In many women, hair breakage relates to overuse of heat and chemicals. Hair dryers, curling irons, flat irons, bleaching, dyes, highlights can cause hair breakage. In some women, (especially women with afro-textured hair), it's the sign of and underlying scarring alopecia and and urgent need for a biopsy. All women with hair breakage need blood tests for thyroid and iron levels, with no exceptions. Other blood tests may be needed depending on the story.
Getting to the root cause of helping hair growth with prp and progesterone
I suggest seeing a hair loss expert to evaluate and go over your condition and provide you information about your best treatment options. There are great non-invasive options like PRP/progesterone and/or hair transplantation. See an expert. Best, Dr. Emer
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