Understand Your Strands–Underlying Medical Conditions
Experiencing hair loss can be a hard thing to deal with, but understanding the cause can be even harder. Many people have no answers as to why their hair is thinning. Wouldn’t it be great if you could get to the root cause of your hair loss?
Here at HPIHair Partners, we are now offering our AlopeciaDX blood test to target specific causes for your hair loss.
Underlying medical conditions can play a major role in hair loss. Often times, these medical conditions can go months or years without being identified. While there are many medical reasons that cause hair loss, the most common are anemia, thyroid disorders, and autoimmune diseases. These specific medical conditions can be recognized through a simple blood draw.
Every medical condition affects each person in different ways. Because of this, hair loss may be the only symptom or one of many. That is why diagnosing may be so difficult. If hair loss is the sole complaint, the person is often times led to believe it is simply genetics. Genetics may indeed play a role, but genetics are not the singular factor in determining hair loss. Often times there are multiple variables playing a role in hair loss, and understanding the cause can be the difference between losing more hair or stopping it.