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PCOS as a cause of hair loss


What is hereditary baldness?


If you have been wondering what is one of the main and most common patterns of hair loss in women, the answer is PCOS (Polycystic ovary syndrome). In addition to many factors, the cause of hair loss is hidden in the male hormone, and it is the hormone "Testosterone".


Testosterone is then converted to androgen, also known as "DHT". Androgen is bad for the hair follicle and leads to hair weakening, it also leads to hair loss and damage. As a result, the hair goes into a state of rest and begins to fall out. Rising androgen levels negatively affect hair growth itself and thus cause androgenic alopecia. There are both male and female alopecia, the difference is that female alopecia is that women do not lose hair on the scalp.


PCOS or better known as polycystic ovary syndrome


PCOS, or better known as polycystic ovary syndrome, is a very common disorder in women, which causes many symptoms. PCOS causes additional androgen production, which eventually leads to virilization, and refers to the development of male characteristics.


When hair falls out due to polycystic ovaries, it will not renew itself, but with the help of certain treatments, the growth of new hair can be stimulated.
If you are still more for the variant of home remedies or home remedies in a natural way, these are some of the natural remedies:

 

  • Zinc - up to 50mg for 8 weeks has a beneficial effect on hair growth;
  • Weight loss;
  • Bioton - used as a hair growth supplement