I Have Serious Hair Loss After My Diet

I am 32 years old. I lost 21 kg a year ago through a special diet. I realized thinning on my hair on the 5th month, nut I considered it as temporary and ignored it. I experienced hair loss in 6th and 7th momth. My dietitian mentioned that it can be caused by vitamin deficiency. I started to take vitamin supplements. The hair loss has slowed down and it did not increase in last 4 months, but my hair has not grown back yet. No problem was found on my blood and hormone tests. Right now I am on the verge of a decision of rather or not having hair transplantation or other alternative treatments.

It is a well-known fact that intense dieting causes hair loss. There is a possibility of your hair loss was caused by stress. There is a chance for hair o grow back on stress related hair loss. Of course, all these are assumptions; androgenic hair loss can also be added to list due to age.

Track your stabile hair loss for a while (1-3) months, then you can consider hair transplant. You can interview with hair transplant expert shortly and start to track the process.

I work in Dubai and I lost my hair in 7 months.

I am 34 years old and working in Dubai for a year. I am working on the field under extremely hot weather. Therefore I need to take 2-3 showers per day.

I realized my hair was thinned and the quality of my hair was dropped, but I considered it as temporary. Since the 7th month, hair loss is increased and baldness on back and top of my hair is very noticeable. My colleagues mentioned that they had the same issue and it is caused by the low-quality of the water. Do you think water quality can be decisive on my hair loss or is there another reason?

Water quality is undoubtedly effective on hair loss at some degrees. Temperature of the country and hat, helmet and other accessories that you are using can also be effective on weakened hair. It would be beneficial for you to compare your current and previous diet. It is possible for you to solve your issue by trying better water and having vitamin supplement under doctor’s supervision. If you have a family history of male pattern baldness, your doctor may suggest other alternative treatments.

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