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Understanding Female Hair Loss

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Understanding Female Hair Loss

Just like skin, hair has a life cycle. It goes through three phases. The growth or anagen phase can last as long as eight years. After that, the hair follicles begin to transition (catagen phase) for a few weeks before going dormant in the telogen phase for two to four months. Since the majority of hair, about 80 percent, is in the growth phase at one time, anything that significantly disrupts the growing process will be noticeable in terms of hair loss. 

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