My hairline has been receding for a number of years, I am now 62 and recently had a heart attack. It seems to me that the hair loss has accelerated since that trauma. My hair now has sort of a trough down the middle that was not there before but it was thinning. My question is: Can a heart attack cause acceleration of hair loss and can hair replacement techniques be employed to reverse it? Thank You
A heart attack or any significant illness with its associated stress can accelerate hair loss. You can meet with a doctor who specializes in hair transplantation to see if there is something that can be done for this that meets your agenda.