Snippet from the article: Read the rest — Ryan Shazier continues to get the last laugh Even though Ryan Shazier says that alopecia areata is his signature look, many people with this condition still desire the look of a closely clipped scalp that can be achieved with Scalp MicroPigmentation (SMP). See one such patient here.
Aside from a good history and physical exam, one way to diagnose alopecia areata is a biopsy of the scalp. More importantly, I would need to know more of how you present and what your hair loss looks like. Blood tests cannot diagnose alopecia areata (AA) or androgenic alopecia (also known as male pattern baldness/MPB).
Diffuse unpatterned alopecia (DUPA) and alopecia areata are both very rare in men, but I can not tell you what is going on without seeing you. An examination is necessary, so you should see a good dermatologist in your area who should be able to tell the difference. I wish I could provide more info,
Snippet from the press announcement: Read the rest — A66, Inc. Introduces Alopecia Areata Immune Response Treatment What I read in this news release does not impress me. The language is unclear and the press release doesn’t say anything in particular, so that is an alert for me. Be suspicious.
Snippet from the article: Read the rest — The vampire ‘cure’ for baldness: Scientists inject patient’s own blood into head to stimulate hair growth’ It is important that the readers do not confuse the alopecia areata (an autoimmune disease that causes hair loss) with the genetic male pattern balding condition called androgenic alopecia. Applying platelet-rich
Anything is possible, but not probable. Alopecia areata without any treatment often will resolve over time (which can take up to one year).
So you diagnosed yourself with alopecia areata and then decided to ask me if anabolic steroids would help regrow your facial hair? First of all, you should get a physician’s diagnosis to see if perhaps it isn’t alopecia areata. Maybe you have an allergy or stress (both of which can also cause spots like that).
Snippet from the article: Read the rest — Rapidly progressive alopecia shows favorable prognosis You can read the study abstract at the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology.
Snippet from the article: Read the rest — Mum pretended to have alopecia for 20 years – in fact she was pulling all her hair out Unfortunately, decades of pulling out her hair probably has resulted in some permanent loss. She says she has stopped pulling out her scalp hair, but still pulls out arm
I am not your doctor, nor your son’s doctor, and I am not an expert in vitamin D deficiency, so I couldn’t give you a personalized answer. If you’re concerned about one doctor’s recommendation, consider getting a second opinion. I do know that alopecia areata is a self limiting condition that will resolve without any