Hair Loss in Women

Women Hair Loss Treatment

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Women Hair Loss Treatment

Hair loss in women is very different from men. It usually does not work with an immediate recession in the hairline. Instead, it starts by widening part and uniform thinning of hair throughout the scalp. The hair loss spreads to the scalp’s sides in the temples and above the ears if not treated. In rare cases, women go wholly or partially bald.

Hair is the best factor of natural attractiveness and a way of expressing personality. This is the main reason why women spend a lot of time and money curling, dyeing, drying, grooming, and styling their hair. People love to make their hair look perfect. But if their hair started to fall, the situation is too traumatic for them. It is difficult for them to live with hair loss in a society that observes hair as a sign of youthfulness, attractiveness, and good health. The person itself doesn’t feel attractive, beautiful and her self-confidence goes down continuously. Most women notice hair loss in their 40s or 50s, but it can happen at any age. In women’s case, hair loss can be slow or sudden, temporary or permanent, depending on the cause behind.

Other factors that can contribute to hair loss in women include stress, nutritional deficiencies, autoimmune diseases (such as alopecia areata), certain medications, scalp infections, and excessive hairstyling practices. Harsh chemical treatments, heat styling tools, and tight hairstyles can damage the hair shafts and lead to breakage and hair loss.

Other factors that can contribute to hair loss in women include stress, nutritional deficiencies, autoimmune diseases (such as alopecia areata), certain medications, scalp infections, and excessive hairstyling practices. Harsh chemical treatments, heat styling tools, and tight hairstyles can damage the hair shafts and lead to breakage and hair loss.

What are the Causes of Hair Loss in Women ?

  • Anemia
    Anemia, which appears due to iron deficiency, is also a prime reason for hair loss.
  • Chemotherapy
    Chemotherapy makes your hair fall out, though it is temporary, and the loss will recover soon.
  • Diet without nutrition
    Hair Loss in women can also be due to over-consumption of Vitamin A, lack of protein, or Vitamin B deficiency (Biotin) in your diet
  • Female Pattern Baldness
    In this situation, women find scattered thinning of hair throughout the scalp. This situation is also known as Androgenic alopecia and is hereditary.
  • Hypothyroidism
    This is also responsible for thinning of hair in women.
  • Lupus
    It is a lifelong autoimmune disease in which the body’s immune system attacks the hair follicles and causes hair loss. This disease is usually seen in women during childbearing years.
  • Menopause
    In this condition, women notice clumps of hair falling and even baldness in some scalp areas. This condition occurs due to a decrease in the level of estrogen (increase in testosterone level).
  • Medications
    Several medications like Birth control medicines, antidepressants & blood thinners also make excessive hair fall.
  • Pregnancy
    Women experience unexpected hair loss during or after pregnancy. This hair loss is temporary.
  • PCOS
    Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is one more reason behind hair loss in females, resulting from hormonal imbalance in the male and female sex.
  • Telogen Effluvium
    In that case, unexpected body change (like a significant operation, accident, or excessive stress) causes an increase in hair shedding.
  • Trichotillomania
    In this disorder, people feel the urge to pull their hair from the body’s scalp or other parts. This causes patchy hair loss and even baldness in some wome
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Available Treatment For Women Hair Loss

In some cases, taking a nutritional diet and treating the hormonal imbalance can prevent excessive hair fall. While for other patients, here are some of the effective treatments for hair loss:

  • Medication
    Minoxidil (Rogaine) solution is the only FDA-approved medicine for women to stop hair loss. You can also go for this alternative if you have a V-shaped hairline, also named Widow’s peak.
  • P.R.P Treatment
    In this procedure, some blood will take from your body and centrifuged to improve the growth factors. Then, it will inject into the scalp area suffering hair loss
  • Laser Therapy
    In a Low-Level Laser Light Therapy (LLLT), laser light is made to fall on the hair to increase hair growth.
  • Hair Transplant
    In this procedure, the hair follicles are taken from a donor area to the scalp area facing thinning hair (Baldness or alopecia). We are known for providing high-quality hair transplantations using the FUE technique, the latest hair transplantation technique. Book appointment Call Now AWISH CLINIC is one of the best of its kind. We are recognized for giving the most adequate female pattern hair loss treatment in Delhi, NCR!

Women’s hair loss can have a significant impact on their self-esteem and emotional well-being, as hair is often seen as an important aspect of femininity and beauty. The loss of hair can make women feel self-conscious, leading to feelings of insecurity and decreased confidence.


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I am suffering from androgenetic alopecia. Someone suggested an Awish clinic . So I visited Awish and she suggested PRP therapy . After some sessions I started seeing really good results. I have been taking continuous treatment for the last 5 months and now I visit the clinic 3-4 months for maintenance purposes. My hair has started falling out and even started getting new growth. Doctor and their whole staff are very polite and helpful.

Parul Mishra

Delhi, India

I had an excellent experience with Dr. Pooja Varshney .I was frustrated with my continued hair loss . I visited the Awish Clinic and dr. Pooja suggested PRP Therapy . I got great results . I’m very happy after seeing the results .Thank you doctor.

Neha Kashyap

Delhi, India

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Delhi, India

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Delhi, India

Frequently Asked Questions


Hair loss in women can be caused by a variety of factors, including hormonal imbalances (such as menopause or polycystic ovary syndrome), genetics, nutritional deficiencies, stress, certain medications, autoimmune conditions, and excessive hairstyling or chemical treatments.

It is recommended to consult with a healthcare professional or a dermatologist specializing in hair loss to identify the underlying cause. They may conduct a thorough evaluation of your medical history, perform blood tests, and examine your scalp to determine the cause and develop an appropriate treatment plan.

Yes, there are various treatments available for women’s hair loss depending on the underlying cause. These may include topical medications (such as minoxidil), oral medications (like finasteride), hormone therapy, low-level laser therapy, platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections, and in some cases, hair transplant surgery. The most suitable treatment will depend on the individual’s specific situation.

Yes, certain nutritional deficiencies, such as deficiencies in iron, zinc, vitamin D, and biotin, can contribute to hair loss in women. Maintaining a balanced and nutritious diet, or taking appropriate supplements under medical guidance, can help improve hair health and potentially reduce hair loss.

Adopting a healthy lifestyle can contribute to overall hair health. This includes managing stress levels, avoiding excessive heat styling or chemical treatments, protecting hair from sun damage, and practicing good scalp hygiene. Additionally, maintaining a balanced diet and ensuring adequate intake of essential nutrients can also support healthy hair growth.

The potential for hair regrowth depends on the underlying cause of hair loss. In some cases, hair may regrow naturally once the underlying issue is addressed. However, certain types of hair loss, such as genetic or autoimmune-related hair loss, may have more limited regrowth potential. Consulting with a healthcare professional can provide a better understanding of the individual situation.

While certain hair care products may claim to prevent hair loss, it is important to approach such claims with caution. Consult with a healthcare professional or a dermatologist specializing in hair loss to determine the most suitable products for your specific needs. Additionally, gentle hair care practices and avoiding harsh chemicals or excessive heat can contribute to overall hair health.