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Non Pattern Hair Loss

By Alex

Prey to non-pattern hair loss? We can help you.

What is non-pattern hair loss?

Non-pattern hair loss is hair loss that occurs outside of the classical horseshoe pattern. Typically hair that falls out in patches, rather than gradually, falls under this category and can be due to a variety of physical and emotional factors.

What factors affect non-pattern hair loss?

There are a number of factors that can affect hair loss - but if it is not androgenetic alopecia, it can be hard to know why your hair is falling out. Non-pattern hair loss is more common in women than in men.

There are many different causes of non-pattern hair loss. This can include compulsive hair pulling (known as Trichotillomania), alopecia areata, triangular alopecia or scarring alopecia. All of these conditions are the result of different factors. Trichotillomania can be caused by stress, as well as other psychological or emotional causes, whereas alopecia areata is caused by an autoimmune disorder that causes patchy hair loss. In many cases medical examinations are needed to diagnose the root of these problems, so that they can be effectively treated.

Treating non-pattern hair loss

Here at the Harley Street Hair Clinic we're dedicated to providing the best solutions for sufferers of non-pattern hair loss: we'll provide an understanding consultation, efficient and effective treatment and a successful regime of post-operative or post-consulting care that will reduce or remove the effects of your non-pattern hair loss permanently.

The Harley Street Hair Clinic offers sufferers of non-pattern hair loss medications including Propecia and Avodart - we also undertake a full range of surgeries including the revolutionarily scar-free FUE hair transplant (Follicular Unit Extraction). So if you're suffering from non-pattern hair loss, whatever its cause, take a look at our website and find out what we can do to help you.

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