Reddit hair loss expert and dermatologist David Stuckey says he has had a few requests from clients to try and treat their hair loss.
The hair loss professional has been in the field for around 10 years, and says he believes he has treated over 400 people with hair loss issues, some with hair that’s in the normal range, and many with hair from extreme or chronic levels.
Mr Stuckeys latest post says that he is one of those clients who are able to work with the most common type of hair loss: diffuse hair loss.
“I think we have a really good reputation, and that’s really because people actually talk to us,” he said.
“The fact that we can work with these patients and treat them is really important.”
Mr Stucckeys first diagnosis came when he was just 23 years old.
He was diagnosed with diffuse hair disease at the age of 24.
The disease can cause a thinning or thinning of the scalp, resulting in the loss of hair in places where it should be.
“There’s a number of different kinds of hair that are affected by diffuse hair,” Mr Stucks doctor, Dr Matthew Waugh, said.
He said that hair loss specialists often see patients with a combination of diffuse and diffuse hair, with diffuse being the less common of the two.
“I think people just want to know what’s going on with their hair and how to treat it,” he explained.
“If I can just talk to someone who’s just got diffuse hair and see what they have to say, I think that’s a really important thing.”
But what does a diffuse hair conditioner actually do?
What are the symptoms of diffuse hair?
Dr Waugh said that diffuse hair can cause hair loss in one of two ways.
The most common form of diffuse is where there is a loss of the hair that normally goes on above the scalp.
This can happen when a patient has an abnormally dry scalp, and this may cause a loss in hair on the scalp that has not been affected by the dry scalp condition.
This type of diffuse condition can lead to loss of eyebrows and eyelashes, as well as hair on parts of the face.
Dr Wough also said that this type of loss is less likely to be caused by a condition called hyperpigmentation, in which the skin overlying the hair is pigmented.
However, he also said there is an increased risk of this type with people who have recently had a transplant.
What can diffuse hair do to make you feel worse?
“We don’t think it’s a bad thing to see somebody with diffuse,” he added.
“But we do think that there are certain things that you have to keep in mind.”
Dr Waughers most recent diagnosis was from a client who had diffuse hair from his age of 26.
Dr Wugh said that the patient had previously had a lot of hair, and was often on the brink of losing it all.
But the condition did not show up on his radiograph until he was 22 years old, when he developed a condition in which there was hair growth on the top of his head.
What can you do if you think you might be having diffuse hair or diffuse hair syndrome?
“I would probably look at having a radiograph and see if it’s normal and you’d know that you might have diffuse hair at some point in time,” Dr Waugh explained.
If you suspect you may have diffuse hairs, you should seek out a doctor who specializes in hair loss for a diagnosis.
“I’d definitely get a radiographic and see whether there’s a condition and if there’s any evidence of a hair change or a diffuse loss, and then I would talk to that person to find out what to do about it,” Dr Stucke said.
Dr Stuckes previous diagnosis came in 2014, when his wife had diffuse facial hair.
Her hair was a little more than a centimetre long.
She was diagnosed as diffuse hair on her radiograph, and she had been in treatment for diffuse hair for almost a year.
“It’s not uncommon for people to have a diffuse diagnosis,” Dr Suckles said.
It is a condition that usually manifests itself as diffuse or diffuse loss of scalp hair or hair on facial features, and is generally diagnosed as having diffuse or mild to moderate facial hair loss and diffuse loss.
What if you have diffuse facial cancer?
“People can have diffuse androgenic alopecia, which is basically a kind of facial hair that has grown on the surface of the skin,” Dr Ziegler said.
“If it’s an extremely advanced or highly malignant cancer, it could be a very severe case of diffuse alopecoid hair loss or diffuse alopic hair loss syndrome.”
Dr Zieglers experience with diffuse alopyca has been very positive, and he has