My elders have no hair loss, and I have always had fast and thick hair. In the past two weeks, I suddenly found that more than ten days after cutting my hair, I felt that the hair on my head was not very long and felt a little thinner. There is no hair loss on the hair washing and pillow. What's the situation? How should be symptomatic?
If you feel that your hair becomes less and thinner, first look at whether you lose more hair every day. If you lose more than 100 hair every day, it belongs to hair loss. If not, consider that you still feel thinner after your hair is cut short, so you don't have to worry too much.
The loss of hair on the top of the head may be caused by seborrheic alopecia, or by excessive anxiety and tension. Seborrheic alopecia is a polygenic genetic disease, which is also closely related to the androgen level in the body. Baldness can occur on the top of the head or in other parts of the body
A 29 year old male recently feels that the hair on his head is not thick. I don't know if you have any symptoms of hair loss. If you lose more than 100 hair every day, it is pathological hair loss. You can apply minoxidin and take finasteride tablets orally