Hair loss

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Hair loss



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Treatment and Management


Hair loss, clinically known as alopecia, can vary widely in severity—from mild thinning to complete baldness—and can affect just the scalp or the entire body. It may be temporary or permanent, depending on the underlying cause. Hair loss can result from a variety of factors, including genetic predisposition, hormonal changes, medical conditions, or simply as a part of the natural aging process. While more prevalent among men, it is a condition that can affect anyone, irrespective of gender or age.

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