The female alopecia has not been accepted in society. Moreover, often the medical and surgical options are unknown to treat female alopecia.
In the movies, in commercials and on magazine covers bald men as "the sexiest men of the moment" appears; however women suffer in silence. If a woman is concerned about the alopecia to your GP or your husband, often they will be removed importance to the issue. What women do not realize is that most women with female hair loss can benefit from medical treatment and hair transplant plastic surgery.
Treatment for female alopecia
Until the late 1990s, very few women were a hair transplant performed because at that time the technique was used punch. Currently, the modern capital does microfollicular technique that allows hair transplants in women getting a natural increase in the density of your hair. It is a difficult treatment and the doctor has to have a great experience to do it.
On the other hand, there are two FDA-approved drugs to treat female hair loss are minoxidil and finasteride only. If treatment is associated with mesotherapy, better results. If you can manage to keep the hair, and is a successful treatment and not losing your hair you win.
Finasteride is contraindicated in women who are in age to have children, as they may have teratogenic effects on the fetus.
How should you care for your hair?
A poor hair care can accelerate your loss. It is advisable to avoid stressful braids or pigtails, and pulling hair back too much and this causes the follicles to undergo great traction. It is also advisable to avoid abuse of chemicals in beauty salons.
On the other hand, it is important to eat a balanced diet. It is not convenient to consume excess vitamins, as this can accelerate the loss of hair.