Finding out if one is suffering from alopecia areata can be determined by examining the loss sheds of hair using a microscope. What causes alopecia areata is still an unanswered question mark and so goes for the cure. In some cases, alopecia areata can disappear on its own or one can seek treatments from a specialised doctor in hopes to beat this annoyance.

Bald Patches Examples

 

Classical Alopecia Areata

One or few spots on head in hair

Acute and severe alopecia areata

Multiple spots in hair

Alopecia Areata

Alopecia Areata is an autoimmune disease that ultimately causes multiple patches of hair loss on ones scalp, leaving the affected areas feeling smooth and hairless. Hair follicles are attacked by the immune system, which stops the process for the hair to grow. It is important to note that there is a possibility that the hair may grow back at any time and then fall out again or it may permanently stay, which is why every case is different.

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