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Hair loss after COVID

Hair loss after COVID

Telogen effluvium is a form of temporary hair loss that occurs when a significant number of hair follicles enter the resting phase (telogen) prematurely, causing hair to shed. This condition can be triggered by a variety of factors, including physical or emotional stress, illness, and certain medications.

It has been reported that some people may experience telogen effluvium after recovering from COVID-19. This could be due to the physical and emotional stress caused by the illness, as well as the fever and medications used during treatment.

Fortunately, telogen effluvium is usually a temporary condition that resolves on its own within a few months. It is important to note that hair loss from telogen effluvium does not result in baldness, as new hair growth will eventually replace the hair that has been shed.

If you are experiencing telogen effluvium after recovering from COVID-19, it is important to take care of your overall health and manage stress to promote hair growth. Additionally, consulting with a healthcare provider may be beneficial to rule out any other underlying conditions that may be causing hair loss.

Bay Aesthetics Clinic provides a comprehensive treatment plan for patients experiencing hair loss after recovering from Covid- following a medical consultation and diagnosis, hair loss medication will be prescribed. For advanced cases, in clinic treatments such as laser hair growth treatment or stem cell treatments may be recommended.

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