That’s the firmest advice this short online article on mild to critical hair loss is going to offer readers at this time. It’s to serve as an encouragement to all panic-stricken or depressed readers who have had just about enough of their hair loss issues. So, to reiterate then; do not panic if you have been diagnosed with alopecia totalis.
In the heat of the panic-stricken moment, mistakes were made in thinking that the serious hair loss could be chronic. How could it be? No-one will die from losing hair. Nevertheless, no-one should be panicking by the time the diagnosis has been confirmed. Alopecia totalis is just one of a number of physical and psychological clinical confirmations of hair loss. And why will the patient not be panicking by the time he or she has received his or her diagnosis?
Well, for one thing, no-one other than a registered, qualified and licensed medical practitioner (he or she does not need to be a medical doctor, but yes, there are those who have achieved this qualification) is able to give an official verdict. And when this verdict is read out to the patient, it not the end of the patient’s world, but rather, the beginning. While a medical confirmation is given to the patient, a medical solution will be proposed.
Unless the condition is truly serious in the sense that it could negatively impact on the patient’s physical or emotional health, the patient is never under any obligation to accept the proposed hair restoration (re-growth) or hair transplant treatments. But then again, after having been given hope that the proposed treatment has a good chance of succeeding, who would wish to turn down this offer.
It is risk free and pain free treatment through and through.