Telogen Effluvium Men

Telogen effluvium occurs when many hair follicles on the scalp simultaneously enter the growth cycle's telogen phase, but the next growth phase does not start.

Hair starts to fall out all over the scalp, but new hair doesn't grow. Telogen effluvium men are two kinds of hair loss that can affect men. It is a situation in which an abnormally high percentage of hairs on your head enters the telogen stage, causing an increase in hair shedding. A stressful event causes it; male pattern baldness is genetically inherited.


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