Temporary Hair Loss
Temporary hair loss can be caused by many diseases, but temporary hair loss in men usually causes by hypothyroidism. When this condition is treated, temporary hair loss is typically reversed. It is necessary to diagnose hypothyroidism with Tsh, ST3, ST4 tests and treat it with controlled thyroid hormone replacement. Please visit your doctor fo this condition. Other potential causes for temporary baldness are general anesthetic, high fever, physical trauma and chemotherapy.
Temporary hair loss in women can be caused by heavy menstrual bleeding or insufficient iron intake after pregnancy. This type of hair loss can be reversed with the help of iron supplements and medical treatment. High stress levels may be the result of temporary baldness. Although this type of temporary hair loss is not fully understood, emotional and hormonal factors can result in an abnormally high amount of hair loss. In general, with temporary hair loss, these hairs grow after 3-4 months. In delayed cases, topical thyroid applications, PRP and mesotherapy options are available. The other option is topical minoxidil for treatment.