If you notice unusual patterns of hair loss, see your doctor. Your healthcare provider can tell you if a related medical condition can be the potential cause of changes to your hair. If not, he or she may be able to refer you to a registered dietitian or a behavioral health specialist if nutrition problems or stress is the cause.
You may also get referred to a dermatologist who can run additional tests to find out why you might be losing hair and what can be done about it.
There are medications that can improve thinning hair. They include:
Minoxidil. You've probably seen products like Rogaine (minoxidil) advertised on television or in magazines. This medication is widely used and has been shown to be effective in clinical trials. The over-the-counter medication is available in pharmacies.
Spironolactone. This prescription medication has not been approved by the FDA to help women with thinning hair, but it is a common treatment for hair loss in women because it has been shown to be effective, according to the American Academy of Dermatologists.
There are a few other medications that can be used off-label to treat hair loss. Your dermatologist can determine if one of them is right for you. Lasers and hair transplantation are also methods used by some women to treat hair loss. But the treatments are not appropriate for everyone and don't always work. You can work with your healthcare provider to see what treatments are most likely to work for you if you experience hair loss during weight loss.
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