New mums are always asking me what they can do about postpartum hair loss. This is the hair loss that is experienced by probably 50% of new mums, some to worse degrees than others.
My advice to Bradley would be continue as you are doing, but if you see any further loss down the line don't hesitate to add a high strength minoxidil cream to your treatment regime. I have no doubt that Bradley Cooper has the money to fund a top-notch hair transplant, but why should he if he doesn't have to?
Screen star Bradley Cooper is alleged to be taking anti-baldness drug finasteride, sources claim. According to popular US website Radar, Cooper 'is so anxious about his receding hairline' that he has resorted to the oral hair care medicine.
For those who love to get to grips with the ins and outs of surgery in all its glory, Channel 5's 'Botched Up Bodies' is dream viewing. On a recent episode, I operated on a patient who had previously spent in excess of £7,000 on hair transplant surgeries - which sadly, yielded little result.
If you knew that a healthy diet could prevent grey hair, would you change your eating habits? We keep being told that lifestyle and food intake are key factors in staying healthy and looking younger, but many of us just buy the food we like without analysing the contents to make sure we are consuming the right balance of vitamins and minerals.
Despite a high percentage of male hair loss sufferers experiencing the effects of hereditary Male Pattern Baldness, stress and nutrition can also affect the quality of the hair. This in my opinion is the reason why there are many myths surrounding hair loss.
'I've had a thatch done and I didn't even need it. That's the weirdest thing. I had three months off and got bored.' A bizarre yet telling comment in my opinion however not the first we have heard from Robbie Williams - and I'm sure it will not be the last.
Robbie Williams has become one of Hollywood's latest to succumb to the lures of unnecessary surgery.
Last month, we hosted the world's first workshop featuring the ARTAS Robotic System - a revolutionary device that harvests donor hair for transplant s...
The billions of people around the world watching and following with interest the fairytale-like wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton and then the birth of the future King George will have noted that Prince William is very much losing his hair as a result of 'Male Pattern Baldness' (MPB) and at a relatively young age too.
Long gone are the days where the words "hair transplant" would be commonly associated with the iconic image of disastrous dolls plugs. Over the past...
It's common to initially go into denial, however you need to wise up and act fast. It might sound harsh; but it really is the best advice I can give you. Because we have already lost 50% of our hair BEFORE we even notice we have MPB.
After three years in government, I am finally seeing the signs that when it comes to some things, he suffers just like the rest of us. I am referring to his growing bald spot on his crown, which is currently hiding under a once voluminous head of hair after some careful brushing.
Without undergoing sufficient consultation with a doctor, prescription medications should not be used. When you consider that a trip to the doctor or a specialist often involves an examination, further tests and follow ups before medication is prescribed, buying medication online suddenly feels a whole lot riskier.
At this time of year I see many patients who are trying to distinguish old wives' tales about hair loss in the summer months from anecdotal truths and plain facts. So, what should those wary of thinning hair be aware of?
I was saddened to see this week that the brilliant Gail Porter, the television presenter who has become equally well known for her excellent work raising awareness about the hair loss condition alopecia from which she suffers, had been heckled due to her hair loss.