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Menopause Pubic Hair Loss

Whilst some people want to achieve that pubic hair-free look, the idea of finding one day that all your pubic hair has disappeared, without you arranging to wax it, is going to be un-nerving. Pubic hair loss is hugely common, but it does happen, and if it happens to you, then the chances are that you are going to wonder why is my pubic hair falling out?

Want to know more about pubic hair and what can cause it to fall out? Read on to learn more about the key causes of pubic hair loss.

The Main Causes of Pubic Hair Loss

As we have already mentioned, there are several reasons why your pubic hair might be falling out. One of the most common causes of pubic hair loss is menopause. This is because as you age, you will find that your hair growth rate slows down and can stop completely. Menopause, in particular, can cause a change in hormone production, which could be attributed to hair loss in the pubic region, as well as other areas of the body.

You may also find that your pubic hair loss is due to another condition, such as alopecia, which can cause hair loss all over your body.

Can STDs cause public hair loss?

Another common question that seems to come up with experienced pubic hair loss is can STDs makes your hair fall out? Often because they are worried about their lack of pubic hair and the fact that they may have contracted an STD at the same time.

Firstly, it’s important to remember that STDs are more common than you may realise, and for the most part, they are quickly and easily treatable and can be cured if you visit your GP.

When it comes to pubic hair loss due to an STD, the most common reason that it might occur is the treatment required to treat the STD. Rather than the issue being with the STD itself.

That said, there is one STD that has been linked to hair loss in the pubic region, and that is syphilis. It is most common that pubic hair loss related to syphilis occurs in the second stage of the disease, and even at this time, it is still possible to treat it using antibiotics.

The good news is, if you are suffering from pubic hair loss, there are things that you can do to try and get yourself on the path to recovery. For the most part, whatever it is that is causing your hair loss, can be treated and then, in turn, it will ensure that your hair grows back. This is especially true if you have hair loss caused by certain medications you have needed to take for a short period.

If you would like more information on hair loss and how The Harley Street Hair Clinic can help you, please contact us for a no obligation consultation today.

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