Why a ‘Hair Loss’ Surgery Could Be a Miracle for Women
Women in India are being urged to take their hair to a specialist after a mysterious illness prompted them to go to the hospital with an infection.
The condition was described by some as “hair loss.”
According to local media reports, women with hair loss who went to the emergency department at a private hospital in Kolkata, the capital of India’s North-Eastern states of Jammu and Kashmir, were sent to the government-run Kolkathas Hair Loss Centre.
Kolkathias Hair Loss Centres, which have been operating in the country for nearly 20 years, have reported that the patients had hair loss that had spread to the scalp and was affecting their vision.
However, no one could explain what was causing the condition.
Dr. Sudhir Bhatia, director of Kolkaths Hair Loss Center, told The Associated Press that his centre was unable to determine what was the cause.
“This is a mystery that we cannot explain.
We have seen this before.
We are in the process of tracing the patients, trying to understand the reason,” he said.
Hair loss has become increasingly common in India as more women are seeking hair transplants in the wake of a new national health policy to promote the use of natural hair regrowth.
The new national policy was approved by the Indian Parliament last year and allows the government to grant medical and cosmetic treatment to patients who have lost their hair, and to set a price for hair transplantation.