Hair Falling

• Male pattern baldness
• Androgenetic alopecia
• Fungal infection such as "black dot" tinea or tinea capitis
• Chemical breakage such as over processing, or frequent use of chemical relaxer
• Heat damage as from repeated hot comb use
• Chronic exposure to traction on hair shaft such as "traction" alopecia
• Compulsive hair pulling such as trichotillomania
• Hypothyroidism
• Iron deficiency
• Alopecia areata
• Telogen effluvium resulting from physical or psychological stress
• Hereditary disorder of the hair shaft or genodermatoses
• Secondary syphillis can cause "moth eaten hairloss"[3]
• Discoid lupus erythematosus or chronic cutanous lupus erythematosus
• Lichenplanopilaris

• Dissecting cellulitis

• Adverse effect from certain drugs such as chemotherapy
• Testosterone booster tablets