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Hair loss and salicylate sensitivity

Post  susaNz76 on Thu Dec 01, 2016 6:07 pm

Is there any relationship between salicylate sensitivity and male pattern baldness? My husband is experiencing both and our family friend told us that both are correlated. In any case, I couldn't locate any logical evidence for that. Actually, my hubby  is experiencing serious male pattern baldness and he had lost all his hair as a result of this. His scalp is visible and this panics him. We don’t know  what to do. My mother advised him to get a male pattern baldness treatment with the help of an expert trichologist ( http://chtc.ca/.header_menu/030~The%20Simmons%20Advantage/index.html ). In any case, before looking for such treatment strategies I have to know the correct reason for his balding issue. This is not a genetic issue without a doubt since none of them in his family has this male pattern baldness issue. Everybody have thick and lovely hair. He doesn't have any medical problems other than salicylate sensitivity and he never took any superfluous prescriptions. He’s a social drinker and He never smoked or utilized any tobacco items. At that point what will be the reason for his balding?

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Re: Hair loss and salicylate sensitivity

Post  CausticSymmetry on Fri Dec 02, 2016 2:51 am

susaNz76 wrote:Is there any relationship between salicylate sensitivity and male pattern baldness? My husband is experiencing both and our family friend told us that both are correlated. In any case, I couldn't locate any logical evidence for that. Actually, my hubby  is experiencing serious male pattern baldness and he had lost all his hair as a result of this. His scalp is visible and this panics him. We don’t know  what to do. My mother advised him to get a male pattern baldness treatment with the help of an expert trichologist ( http://chtc.ca/.header_menu/030~The%20Simmons%20Advantage/index.html ). In any case, before looking for such treatment strategies I have to know the correct reason for his balding issue. This is not a genetic issue without a doubt since none of them in his family has this male pattern baldness issue. Everybody have thick and lovely hair. He doesn't have any medical problems other than salicylate sensitivity and he never took any superfluous prescriptions. He’s a social drinker and He never smoked or utilized any tobacco items. At that point what will be the reason for his balding?

salicylate sensitivity is likely to increase pattern balding significantly.

I do not believe aspirin is good for anyone, however those with identified aspirin resistance have shown that taking aspirin who had a high level of thromboxane in their urine had a 3.5 times higher risk of cardiovascular death than patients who had the lowest level.

This is significant for a few reasons, because hypertension, clotting risks, stroke risk, etc are all comorbidities with aggressive hair loss.

One can determine their risk of salicylate sensitivity and/or aspirin resistance by testing for high levels of 11-dehydro thromboxane B2 in urine.

There are safe, superior ways to resolve whatever issue salicylates are used for.

http://www.bmj.com/rapid-response/2011/11/01/management-aspirin-resistance

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