Hiding under a baseball cap as you slip down the “hair treatment” aisle at your local drug store? Guys, take the hat off. You aren’t alone. There are 50 million men in the U.S. who suffer from the most common type of hair loss: male pattern baldness, also called androgenic alopecia.
You know the feeling: looking down at the shower drain or your hair brush and seeing what used to be on your head, but instead it’s in clumps staring back at you. You think, “Do I even have any hair left on my head?”
Hair loss can be alarming, but it’s not abnormal.
Men aren't the only ones who deal with hair loss. Women: our own stressful lives may be the culprit for thinning hair.
Dr. Lady Dy recently shared her insights in a special Healthbeat segment on ABC 7 News. In the TV interview, Dr. Dy explains why catching the problem early is so critical to finding the right solution.
Hair loss is a growing problem for millions of women, but there are treatment options available.
Dr. Lady Dy sat down with ABC 7 News for a special Healthbeat segment to talk about how women can deal with hair loss. She shares better ways to diagnose the problem and how to best treat it.
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