Dermatologists approved that male hair loss treatment varies to that of women, stating that a good number of female hair losses are traceable to some elements that are not necessarily genetic features. A major cause of women’s hair loss is through menopause as a result of hormonal imbalances.
If a woman carelessly stops her contraceptive medications which have been prescribed for her by her doctor, she may likely suffer from hormonal imbalances especially when she is exposed to some traumatic events.
Female hair loss can be simplified into a common form that is called alopecia areata. This appears most often on more than one spot on the cranium region in form of bald dot on women head where hairs are supposed to grow and takes time before hairs can grow in those regions, if adequate treatments are not applied.
Female hair reacts sensitively in variation to that of men. Like the contraception cause, which usually occur when the contraceptive medications had been delayed for more than the period of ten weeks, it will make the estrogen to slowly fade out from the metabolism, leaving a vacuum in the place.
The best treatment for menopause hair loss is known as HRT – hormonal replacement therapy, this enables the hair to regenerate periodically. However it is not advisable to apply this therapy without the consent of a dermatologist. You must consult your doctor because some people hair metabolism differs and it is not every hair treatment that is suitable for most people, some treatments might result to a side effect.
Some other effective female hair treatments like Minoxidil that is applied to the scalp morning and evening on daily basis and Propecia which is a very commendable treatment are susceptible to side effects and can only be used by prescription.