Dr. Bagadia`s Hair Clinic & Transplant Center



The normal hair cycle results in replacement of every hair on scalp every 3 to 5 yrs, with the consequence that between 50 to 150 telogen hairs are shed each day. While there is some seasonal variation in the amount of hair lost every day, this number remains fairly uniform throughout life. Most this hair loss passes unnoticed, particularly when the hair is short.


Hair loss is also subjected to autoimmune disorders like SLE, RA, and Psoriasis. Such ailments cause loss of hair due to lesions developed on the scalp or intake of cytotoxic drugs.


Metabolic disorders can be inborn errors of metabolism such as phenylketonuira and G6PD, or can be transient phases of imbalance of various electrolytes. Changes in internal milieu can lead to hair loss.


Any illness causes hair loss as an immediate effect or even after 3 months of illness. A phase of telogen effluvium is seen after 3 months of illness which are known as magical 3 months.


Stress can cause unexplained bout of hair loss due to hormonal and metabolic changes associated with stress. It can set in a vicious cycle where the stress is caused due to hair loss and it further worsens the hair loss.


Various hormonal disturbances cause hair loss. Thyroid- Epidermal thickness is reduced in Hypothyroidism and rate of cell division is increased in Thyrotoxicosis. Adrenal Hormones-Changes in cortisol and aldosterone levels whether due to underlying pathology or iatrogenic leads to hair loss. Gonadal Hormones-Sex hormones both androgens and estrogens have a great influence on hair. Fluctuations in the balance of both can cause DHL which further can lead to patterned hair loss. Hair loss due to hormonal changes is commonly faced by females more than males as they are bound to undergo hormonal changes during pregnancy and menopause


Malnutrition is a common cause of hair loss. Anemias of any type are many times can be diagnosed as an incidental finding while investigating hair loss. Likewise, many deficiencies such as Vit.B 12, Vit.D, Vit.A, and Vit.E are known to cause hair loss. Hypervitaminosis particularly of Vit.A is also known to cause DHL.

Many therapeutic agents when administered are known to cause hair loss, such as-:


Cytostatic Drugs
Antithyroid drugs
Hypolipedemic agents- used for increased level of cholesterol
Retinoids- used in skin treatments
NSAIDS- Painkillers when abused
Oral contraceptives


Autoimmune disorders
Acute or chronic disease related

Frequently Asked Questions

If you have any query about hair transplantation, may this FAQ help you to solve your query.

Q. How does Hair grow?

Hair grows at the rate of 1 inches every 2 month. But it may vary from person to person.

Q. How much does a transplantation cost?

In India, Hair transplantation cost from 30-35 Thousand to 1.5 Lac for one session depending upon the technique used, the experience and perfection of the surgeon.

Q. Who needs a Hair Transplant?

Any male or female who has lost his or her hair, due to male or female pattern of baldness or any other irreversible baldness need a hair transplant.

Q. How soon will they see the result?

After the transplant, hairs start growing in 2-3 months at the rate of 25% every 3 months. One should expect full results in 9-12 Months.

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