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Female pattern hair loss & treatment Birmingham

Female pattern hair loss Female pattern hair loss is the most common source of hair loss in women, commonly related to hormonal balances. It is characterised by a reduction of hair and total thickness and severity can vary. The highest prevalence occurs in postmenopausal women. Hormones and genetic factors are believed to contribute to hair loss in women.  The progression is usually slow, resulting in a visible reduction in hair coverage on the scalp. This hair loss can lead issues with self-confidence and psychological distress. Skin biopsies are not usually performed to coincide with diagnosis. The ultimate goal of treatment here at Dynamic Regenerative Medicine in Birmingham is to reduce hair shedding and stimulate hair regrowth by stimulating the dermal papilla, which sits below the hair follicle. The human scalp contains approximately 100,000 to 150,000 hair follicles and it is the dermal papilla that induces the development of hair follicles.


PRP is often used in an attempt to encourage hair regrowth in the thinning area and provides very good results. PRP is completely autologous, meaning it comes from your own cells. It is a concentration of platelets in plasma obtained from a patient’s blood, which is then used as a treatment for the same patient. This form of treatment has a very rich source of growth factors and many other biological proteins that are used to stimulate hair follicles. PRP has been researched and used in various fields of medicine and is fast becoming a very favourable method of treatment, particularly hair Loss treatment. There is evidence to suggest that it is effective in the treatment of hair loss conditions by promoting hair regrowth. Furthermore, out of more than one million treatments performed worldwide, there have never been any adverse effects reported. 

Here at Dynamic Regenerative Medicine we are regularly providing this form of treatment and we are overwhelmed by the success it has provided. The PRP is obtained by only using a small amount of the atient’s blood and then placing the blood into a specialised centrifuge. Only one, short (eight minutes) centrifuge stage is required, unlike some other PRPs that require more than one centrifugation.  Each formulation that is obtained has great biological activity based on Thta fact that PRP is obtained has a rich source of growth factors responsible for tissue regeneration

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