Rootland has been present in Hyderabad since 2018, offering treatment for hair transplantation.
Causes of hair loss
In this type of hair loss, hair more often falls out, resulting in totally smooth and round
patches which may lead to total loss of scalp and body hair. Even though the cause is not known,
there seems to be an immune element involved, as indicated by the response to local steroid
treatment technique in some of the patients.
After delivery, many hairs enter the resting phase of the cycle so that within 2 to 3
months, some women will notice large amounts of hair loss. It can last between 1 to 6 months but
the condition will be reversed completely in most cases.
One to 3 months after any of these
conditions there will be severe hair falling out.
Both hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism can lead to loss of hair. this type of hair loss
will be reversed rarely, there is a medication which helps to have a thick hair for people with Thyroid
Crash diets excluding protein or abnormal eating habits may cause
protein malnutrition. This condition leads to the shifting of growing hairs into the resting phase. Massive
hair loss can occur from 2 to 3 months later. Hairs can pull out by the roots easily.
According to some research, hair follicle cells can be particularly sensitive to
decay in levels of iron and may not be able to grow new cells as effectively when iron stores are very less.
Some prescription and over-the-counter drugs may cause temporary hair shedding in
These will cause hair cells to stop dividing. The hairs will become thin and break
off as they exit the scalp. This may occur from 1 to 3 weeks after treatment.
Women who lose their hair while taking birth control pills usually have an inherited
tendency towards the loss of hair the women who had taken the birth control pills. When they stop the contraceptive, hair will begin shedding 2 to 3 months
later and continue for 6 months when it usually stops.
Cases where patients may pull their hair back very tightly may cause everlasting
hair loss in the traction portions of the patient.
It begins with small patches of scaling that can spread and result in broken hair,
redness, swelling, and even oozing. This is contagious, Personal hygiene is important to prevent the
Many men and women use chemicals on their hair: shampooing dyes, tints,
bleaches, strengthened, and permanent waves. These treatments may rarely damage hair. Combing and
brushing too can also damage hair.
PCOS is a condition that affects approximately 6 -10% of all premenopausal women. The most
common symptoms of PCOS include
irregular menstrual periods,
obesity or unexplained weight gain,
excessive facial and/or body hair,