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Can hair regrow on bald spot?

Asked by E. Reyes, Last updated: Jul 20, 2020

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R. Jones

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R. Jones, Student, Postgraduate, Calgary

Answered Jul 14, 2020

Yes, hair can regrow on all bald spots. Baldness can be simply be defined as hair loss on the spot, baldness can occur on a different part of the body. Like on the head, eye brown, underarms, eyelashes, etc. Baldness has been a sensitive issue for both men and women.

Yes, hair can regrow on all bald spots. Baldness can be simply be defined as hair loss on the spot,
Baldness is often caused by hormone imbalance, illness or surgery, medications, and aging. Hair can be regrown on a bald spot without undergoing surgery, a treatment that can help to promote hair growth on the bald spot include mesotherapy, platelet-rich plasma therapy (PRP), hair concealer, you can also use natural ingredients like aloe vera, carrot oil, coconut oil, avocado, ginseng, onion juice, rice water, rosemary oil, lemon juice.

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Answered Feb 16, 2020

Yes, in most cases, when the baldness is not really strong, the hair can grow up by itself on the bald spots. Even when you visit the doctor to make such complain of your hair not growing, the doctor will mostly first advise you just to be patient to see you grow back. However, this can take some months. But this is applicable when you do not really have a bad hair loss. You can still actually add some treatments to make your hair grow back.

Yes, in most cases, when the baldness is not really strong, the hair can grow up by itself on the
These treatments are being added to the scalp, and it enhances the growth of your hair. You will start seeing hair growing within three months of use, on the average. In spite of this, hair growth or baldness also has to do with age. When someone has grown to a particular age, the follicles that are responsible for hair growth start being inactive, thus refusing to grow hair on some parts of the head.

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