Hair Problems---Alopecia
Why am I Having Hair Problems?

Hair Loss, or Thinning on Head or Whole Body.

What Is Hair Loss Or Thinning?
Hair loss (Alopecia), means that a person is losing more hair than usually. Each hair grows about three inches per year and has a life span of about six years. Then that hair falls and another one grows in its place. Hair loss becomes a reality when the amount of hair that falls outnumbers the amount that are being produced.

These hair conditions can be Hormone Imbalance which respond well to Bioidentical Hormone Therapy (BHRT)


PELLET BHRT more closely mimics the body's way of delivering these hormones to the organs in need.  Hence, it is the preferred method of Hormone Replacement therapy. 


Hair loss or thinning is believed to be a men's issue only, but women also experience some degree of hair loss or thinning in their lifetime.About two-thirds of women will be severely affected. Fortunately, hair loss in women seldom result in complete baldness. Most women suffer hair thinning, which is a loss of hair density but seldom experience complete loss of hair. Women suffer emotionally when they encounter  excessive loss of hair or hair thinning. 

Common Causes of Hair Loss

Tension or Traction Alopecia

This form of hair loss is due to damage to the dermal papilla and hair follicle by constant pulling on tension over a long period of time.  It often occurs in persons who wear tight braids, especially cornrows that lead to tension, pulling and breakage of the hair.

This condition is most common in women and men of African Descent who braid their hair too tightly.  It is also common in Sikh men of India and Japanese women whose tradetional hair styles also pull  and damage hair. 

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Traction alopecia

is reversable if diagnosed early, but may lead to permanent hair loss if it is undectected for a protracted period. 

Traction alopecia can also occur due to overprocessing of the hair.  The hair can become fragile and heavy fall out can occur with brushing and combing. 

The key to stopping traction alopecia is early detection.  Hair styles that put unnecessary strain on the hair root must be changed, and damaging prossessing techniques must be eliminated.  Looser, more gentle hair styles and treatment methods need be utilized.  Unfortunately, no medical treatment is available to reverse late-stage traction alopecia.

Stress Alopecia

Severe emotional or physiological stress is the cause of this temporary, reversible, diffuse hair loss on the scalp.  Stress causes hairs in the growing phase to convert prematurely into the resting phase.  This means that more than the normal number of hairs are in the telogen phase and ready to shed.

Exposure to Various Drugs

A number of prescription drugs, including birth control pills, certain medicines for arthritis, depression, heart problems, and hypertension can cause hair loss.  Regrowth usually occurs after the offending drug is stopped


It is not unusual for the the first couple of months after serious illness, the hair starts to shed.  Hair loss may also follow major surgery.  Pateints with a chronic illness may lose hair continually. 

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Hormone Imbalances and Hair Loss

  • Hypothyroidism can lead to diffuse hair loss on the scalp and dry, brittle hair.
  • Androgen excess.  Some women with abnormally elevated levels of androgens in their bodies as a result of underlying ovarian or adrenal gland disorders, experience hair loss.  
  • Estrogen Deficiency
  • Progesterone Deficiency


Hormonal imbalance is the main cause for hair loss or thinningTestosterone is the main hair producing hormone in your body. To maintain optimal health and strength of our hair, the body requires Estrogen to work together with testosterone.
In our youth, this working relationship holds. Testosterone and Estrogen are balanced. As we grow older, the levels of our hormones fluctuate. The resultant Hormone Imbalance adversely affects the health and strength of ourhair follicles resulting in hair loss or thinning.
 Management of Hair Loss or Thinning.
First, recognize that Hair Loss and Thinning are Hormone Imbalance. Therefore, the following plan will apply.  

To successfully treat Hormone Imbalance, use Natural/Bioidentical Hormones compounded just for you.



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How Can I Obtain Help? 

Step 1:    Take the Hormone Profile Survey 


Step 2:      Get Your Hormones Tested.

Based on the information in your profile you will be advised what hormones need to be tested.  You wil be sent the appropriate test kit.  If  you are interested in Pellet BHRT where the hormones are painlessly inserted under the skin for 4-6 months of symptoms relief, you will require a blood test.  If you are interested in Traditional BHRT, which requires taking the hormones daily, you will need a saliva test. 


 Step 3:      Consultation With Dr. Camille Semple-Daly
Board Certified in OB/GYN

When we receive your test results, (approximately 2 weeks after the lab receives your sample), you will be contacted to arrange an appointment for a consultation with the doctor.  


Step 4:      Management Plan

At the time of your consultation a detailed care plan will be provided.  This will be based on the consultation with the physician, physical exam, symptoms and test results.  All care plans are based on your own needs, and include an evaluation of Nutrition, Exercise and Lifestyle choices.

In the case of Traditional BHRT, a prescription will be sent to our compounding pharmacist, (or a compounding pharmacy of your choice), based on the results of your consultation, symptoms and salivary test.  Our bioidentical hormone restoration plan is individualized specifically for you.  Our therapy is never mass produced. One size does not fit all.


Step 5:      Continued Plan of Care

At the time of your consultation a detailed care plan will be provided.  This will be based on the consultation with the physician, your symptoms and test results.  All care plans are based on your own needs, and include an evaluation of Nutrition, Exercise and Lifestyle choices.




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