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FEMALE HAIR LOSS AT 35: I have had wonderful results in just 8 months of treatment.

09.11.2007 in FEMALE HAIR LOSS, HAIR LOSS [ PHOTOS ] TREATED

Before starting treatment with us Farah had been suffering from the early onset of female pattern hair loss for the past 7 years.

In her own words she was very upset and did not know what to do for the best.

After her initial consultation with us she decided to start treatment straight away, the results speak for themselves.

These are her results after just 8 months of combination treatment theraphy here at The Westminster Practice.

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October 2006

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June 2007

If you feel that your case is similar to Farah why not call 0207 976 6868 and speak to one of our trichologist who will be happy to help and advise you. 

Your initial consultation and assessment are free. So why not take advantage of our expertise and get the facts so that you can make an informed decision on what is best for the future of your hair today.

          Take control of your hair loss and stop it controlling your life. 

However, not all cases are treatable. But with early diagnosis and treatment you will give yourself and us the best possible chance to help you.

Do you have Hair Loss Problems, read our Hair Loss Help

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5 Medical Conditions That Cause Female Hair Loss.

01.11.2007 in FEMALE HAIR LOSS, TRICHOTALK

In cases where sudden hair loss and diffuse thinning happens the underlying causes need to be identified and treated. If left untreated then the hair loss tends to continue. The earlier a condition is identified the better the chances are for a recovery and a satisfactory cosmetic appearance.

Here are the main causes of sudden onset of hair loss that continue until the causes are treated:

1. Anaemia.

2. Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is a fairly common condition, affecting between 3% and 5% of women.

3. Malfunction of the Thyroid Gland.

4. Diabetes.

5. Systemic Lupus Erythematosis.

Here is a helpful NHS link for the above conditions:

http://www.nhs.uk/servicedirectories/Pages/ServiceSearch.aspx

Why not call 0207 976 6868 and speak to one of our trichologist who will be happy to help and advise you.

Your initial consultation and assessment are free. So why not take advantage of our expertise and get the facts so that you can make an informed decision on what is best for the future of your hair today.

                   Take control of your hair loss so that it does not control your life.

However, not all cases are treatable. But with early diagnosis and treatment you will give yourself and us the best possible chance to help you.

Do you have Hair Loss Problems, read our Hair Loss Help

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Hair Loss After Pregnancy.

30.10.2007 in FEMALE HAIR LOSS

I have recently given birth and my baby is 3 month old. I am experiencing some hair lost problem. I am told this is temporary due to the hormone changes in my body but I kind of worry as I generally do not have thick hair. Can you advise me what can I do to reduce the hair fall lost during this period.

During pregnancy, because of hormonal changes, your hair is probably at its best.The growth (Anagen) stage is normally prolong. Henceforth after childbirth, the hormonal changes reverse back, thus the accumulated amount of hair falls; that should have fallen during pregnancy. The hair that are due to fall, will fall, but your concern should be on the regrowth. Clean, healthy scalp with balanced diet would help, however, telephone and speak directly to one of our Trichologist in The Hair Centre for advise and they will assist to strengthen and nourish hair roots, giving your hair the best texture.

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FEMALE PATTERN HAIR LOSS: Our Results after just 18 months treatment.

24.10.2007 in FEMALE HAIR LOSS

Jane says: 

I have been suffering from female pattern hair loss for the past 12 years. But it wasn’t until about 18 months ago when I literally stumbled on to The Hair Centre’s website that I actually now know how you inherit genetic hair loss and how it develops. When I first visited the site I was impressed by the technical back up and that I could speak directly to a qualified professional (from the privacy of my own home and without embarrassment). I was given a clear and honest explanation of the symptoms and how the treatments can help to combat these symptoms. Having tried other GP prescribed medication and over the counter remedies from Boots and many other chemists, even a Chinese Herbalist, with mixed results. I was naturally enthusiastic about something new. The knowledge of the trichologists and the staff online at The Hair Centre some of whom are speaking from personal experience alongside a scientific background, gives you confidence from the start.

After only 4 months I saw new baby re-growth, I was sprouting new hair, I believe as a direct result of the combination of the treatment and the stress free approach.

18 months into my treatments and products now, I have a couple of areas where I am still obviously thinner and my scalp is still visible, but on the whole my existing and remaining hair is substantially thicker and healthier, and I know that the deterioration has stopped and my genetic hair loss pattern is now under control, thanks to The Hair Centre’s products I am very happy with my new appearance.

I’d recommend the treatment to anyone with hair concerns. All aspects of The Hair Centre are professional friendly and best of all effective.

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FEMALE PATTERN HAIR LOSS AT 21: Our Results after 12 months treatment.

20.09.2007 in FEMALE HAIR LOSS, HAIR LOSS [ PHOTOS ] TREATED

In today’s increasingly stressful world, the number of women suffering from hair loss is increasing. We all want to look our best and damage to a woman’s ‘crowning glory’ can be a uniquely upsetting affliction.

Hair loss in woman can generally be seen evenly across the scalp, without definite bald patches. If this is happening to you, the following conditions may be affecting you:

Diffuse hair loss is a gradual thinning of the hair as opposed to a straightforward bald patch and is the most common type of hair loss in women. The replacement of old hairs by new hairs is slowed down so that the hair becomes sparse and the scalp can be seen clearly through the hair. The causes can be numerous and include stress, restriction of the blood supply, a poor nervous system and hormonal influences.

Androgenetic alopecia (female pattern baldness) in women is often linked to hormonal changes with the hair loss following events such as the menopause, childbirth or as a result of stopping or starting oral contraceptive pills. The hair loss is generally more uniform over the scalp than in the male counterpart, but also results from a complex chemical reaction when the enzyme 5-alpha-reductase converts the testosterone in the system into DHT or dihydrotestosterone. The hair follicles are genetically predisposed to be over sensitive to the DHT and become smaller and smaller with time, leading to the eventual hair loss.

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