Question:

What types of alopecia are there?

Answer:

The most common types of alopecia are Androgenic, Areata and Totalis. Androgenic alopecia results in a receding hairline and can lead to baldness. Alopecia Areata leads to small bald smooth patches of hairless skin on the scalp and other parts of the body. Alopecia Totalis is also known as Alopecia Universalis and leads to loss of hair on the scalp and all over the body.

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