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Hair Regrowth Treatment for Women

by on July 7, 2014 in Hair Regrowth Treatment


A woman is more disposed to severe distress from thinning hair. Image is importantly an ego-boost to all women. Although there is scientifically proven hair regrowth treatment for women, most of them are not effective, if not, contraindicated in females. For instance, the use of Finasteride, a medication for hair loss, is not prescribed as a hair regrowth treatment for women, especially to pregnant and lactating ones because it is said to cause birth defects to a male child’s sexual organ when taken in harmful amounts.  Hair loss is triggered by hormonal factors which is why pattern hair loss in women is different in men.

Unlike men, women with Androgenetic alopecia don’t go completely bald. Hair thinning and fining are probably the only worst-case scenarios to happen to a woman. Plus, they get to preserve their frontal hair line. This is due to the fact that they are incapable of secreting semen.

Women experience diffuse hair loss which means the pattern of thinning is spread throughout the scalp. Female pattern hair loss is classified into three stages according to the Ludwig’s scale. In the first stage, visible thinning of the hair in the crown becomes visible but there is no loss of the frontal hairline. In the second stage, hair thinning has become more elaborate and the part width has increased since the first stage. In the last stage, hair thinning nears baldness on the crown but the hairline is preserved.

As implied earlier,

“Women with Androgenetic Alopecia may only have limited options when it comes to choosing the perfect hair regrowth treatment for women”

There are three hair regrowth treatments for women can choose from:

  1. Spironolactone – Anti-androgen drugs, such as Finasteride and Dutasteride, are commonly used medication to prevent further hair loss. Spironolactone is another anti-androgen that is specifically formulated as hair regrowth treatment for women.  It has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to treat high blood pressure and congestive heart failures. As a hair loss treatment, its effectiveness however still has to be widely proven. In small bodies of literature, women with hirsutism (excess hairiness) responded to spironolactone treatment. Side-effects of the drug include gastrointestinal tract bleeding, breast enlargement, and/or reduced sexual drive.
  2. Hormone Replacement Therapy – Hormone Replacement Therapy is another option. It is commonly prescribed to menopausal women since hormonal production slows down at this stage. To recreate a balance in the hormones, physicians advise HRT which contains female hormones – estrogen and progesterone.
    HRT reverses hair loss in those female hormones that fight the formation of DHT. But while it is effective as a hair regrowth treatment for women, it is not recommended for long-time use. HRT entails an increased risk of heart disease, breast cancer, blood clots, and stroke when taken in excess amounts.
  3. Laser Therapy – Laser therapy is also another great hair regrowth treatment for women with hair loss. It uses low-level laser because of its therapeutic effects on the living cells. Laser therapy is safe and effective. In fact, it can be more effective in women in that they have a diffuse hair loss pattern.
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