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Having sudden unexplained weight loss ( 30 lbs in one month) with hair loss could occur with-
Hyperthyroidism( Overactive thyroid).
It becomes important to evaluate cause for hair loss.
In men with androgenetic alopecia, hormones related to testosterone cause hair follicles to have a shorter-than-normal growth phase, resulting in hair shafts that are abnormally short and thin.
Other common causes for hair loss are-
-Endocrine problems (especially those that produce excess androgens)
-Telogen Effluvium - occurs due to due to extreme stress
You need to undergo few tests for diagnosis.
-CBC (complete blood count) - for Anemia
-Serum iron (and TIBC) - for Anemia
-T3, T4, TSH - for Thyroid disease.
-Hormone levels (DHEAs, testosterone).
You can be prescribed with Rogaine, FDA approved it as a treatment for hair loss. It works by revitalizing shrunken hair follicles, thus increasing their size.
If you have been diagnosed with Overactive thyroid, then you would be prescribed with- propylthiouracil and methimazole (Tapazole).
Symptoms usually begin to improve in six to 12 weeks, but treatment with anti-thyroid medications usually continues at least a year and often longer.
Please see your Primary doctor for clinical evaluation.
They would advise blood tests for precise diagnosis. You would be advised management accordingly after tests.
Please start with your primary doctor and get this issue managed.
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