Wednesday, July 8, 2015


Hair loss (alopecia) - a disease manifested by partial or complete hair loss on the scalp and other body parts. Sometimes congenital and acquired baldness. It occurs in both children and adults. Arises as a result of infection in, physical trauma, stress and genetic predisposition. Women - preferably after pregnancy.

Alopecia (baldness) begins suddenly on the scalp, at least - on the chin, cheeks, skin, age. Often, there is a loss of hair in the shape of a circle - single or multiple foci. In addition to hair loss, changes in the scalp: it becomes sluggish, shiny, erythematous (reddened), gradually smoothed. When a malignant form of alopecia observed loss of eyelashes, hair in the beard, mustache, armpits, pubic. Furthermore, there may be changes in the hematopoietic system.


There are two treatment options:

- Operational (Hair Transplantation)

- Without the operational

For topical treatment of external ointments, suspensions, creams, tonics and irritating agitated slurry sprays containing androgens and glucocorticoids. Additionally, you can use drugs, normalizing hemostasis.