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Hair Fall Screening (Ferritin,TSH,VitB12,VitD)
Hair Fall Screening (Ferritin,TSH,VitB12,VitD)
2990
1290
This pack is recommended for both men and women with hair loss symptoms to identify any deficiencies. It checks for the vitamin, mineral and hormonal levels in your body. These reports help your trichologist to determine the course of your treatment
4 Tests
4 Tests
Report Ready in 36 Hrs
Report Ready in 36 Hrs
Get hair fall screening pack @ Rs. 1290
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Tests Included
Ferritin
Ferritin
Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH)
Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH)
Vitamin B12
Vitamin B12
Vitamin D Total
Vitamin D Total
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Complete Haemogram (CBC+ESR)
Complete Haemogram (CBC+ESR)
590
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T3,T4
T3,T4
590
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Vitamin B9 (Folic Acid)
Vitamin B9 (Folic Acid)
790
690
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Testosterone Total
Testosterone Total
690
390
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Lipid profile
Lipid profile
690
390
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Diabetes Screening (FBS,HBA1C)
Diabetes Screening (FBS,HBA1C)
590
490
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Kidney Function Test (KFT)
Kidney Function Test (KFT)
490
390
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Liver Function Test (LFT)
Liver Function Test (LFT)
690
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Blood Grouping
Blood Grouping
190
130
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Hair Fall Test

A Hair fall test can be quickly done by organizing lab tests at home. The hair fall check-up procedure can be further done with a trichologist if there are any abnormal results.

What is a Hair Fall Test?

A hair fall test measures the severity of hair loss with various techniques to identify the problem associated with hair fall type and how to treat it further.

1.Which tests are included in a Hair Fall Test?

The hair fall test is usually done regularly include: Physical Examination Fungal Culture Blood Tests Trichometric Analysis Punch Biopsy Photography Physical Examination is a hair fall test where the patient's scalp is examined for any redness, inflammation, or sores. The doctor also physically examines hair loss patterns with the amounts of hair breakage to know more about the health of the hair. The primary two types of physical examination are: Pull and Tug Test Card Test A pull test is where the dermatologist or trichologist pulls an average of 40 strands of hair in different parts of the scalp to identify the problem. The tug test is similar to the pull test where the doctor tugs hair strand holding the root and the tip of the hair to see if there is any breakage. This can be done as a hair fall test at home. Card Test is a type of physical hair fall test where a card covered with felt is held against a section of the scalp to check the health of the hair shafts that are newly growing. This can also be done as a hair fall test at home. Fungal Culture is a scalp test for hair fall to determine whether there is any fungal infection like tinea capitis or ringworm to cause hair fall. This scalp test for hair fall is not a hair fall test at home. Blood tests to diagnose hair loss may be because of vitamin and mineral deficiencies or even hormonal imbalance in the body. These tests include: Ferritin: Iron deficiency is seen to contribute to hair loss. Therefore, doctors check for ferritin levels, which is a protein that shows the amounts of iron stored in the body. Thyroid test: The thyroid-stimulating hormone levels are tested to determine whether the patient has either hyperthyroidism or hypothyroidism. Any thyroid disease produces hormones that destroy the hair follicles, thereby causing hair to fall. Androgen test: This is for women who have a hormonal imbalance with excess levels of androgens. An elevated level of androgen in the body will cause hair loss and baldness. Trichometric Analysis is a method of hair fall test which makes use of Folliscope. It is a handheld device fitted with a high precision microscopic camera. This magnifies the hair follicles and the scalp to 100 times for further examination. Punch Biopsy is a type of scalp test for hair fall where the scalp is punched with a device to remove a small sample to the scalp tissue. This scalp test for hair fall is tested further in the lab and identified for cicatricial or alopecia problems. Photography is another technique to use digital photography to track the progress of the treatment with many angles of photos. It is compared with every follow-up visit with the initial image that was clicked when the treatment was commenced. It can be done as a hair fall test at home with or own camera as well.

2.Why do I need a Hair Fall Test?

The significant reasons or benefits that an individual should take a hair fall test is: To prevent baldness at an early stage by treating the core problem. It helps combat the deficiencies or hormonal imbalance in the body, hair falls, and specific severe health issues.

3.When do I need to get a Hair Fall Test done?

An individual should consider a hair fall test when: There is a gradual thinning of hair on any part of the scalp. Circular or patchy bald spots are visually seen. Loose hair that comes off easily. Shows loss of hair in the entire body areas.

4.How do I prepare for a Hair Fall Test?

The necessary things to do before a hair fall test are: Do not treat the hair with any chemicals or oils before taking up any physical tests. Stop consuming the supplements a week before reporting yourself for the blood tests. Make sure you have your scalp clean before appearing for any scalp test for hair fall. How does HFT at Home Work? A simple hair fall test at home can be done by running our fingers between and long, roughly 60 hair strands. If 5 to eight hairs come off in hand during the hair fall test, it is considered normal. Anything beyond this should be consulted with an expert and undergone hair fall check-up.

5.How does HFT at Home Work?

A simple hair fall test at home can be done by running our fingers between and long, roughly 60 hair strands. If 5 to eight hairs come off in hand during the hair fall test, it is considered normal. Anything beyond this should be consulted with an expert and undergone hair fall check-up.

6.Are there any Risks/Side Effects of Hair Fall Test?

There are no risks or adverse effects linked with a hair fall test as the earlier the diagnosis, the better results or treatment the patient can get.

7.What does my result mean?

Normal range Ferritin 20-250 ng/mL (male) 10-120 ng/mL (female) Thyroid 0.4-4.0 milli international units/litre Androgen 240-950 ng/dL (male) 8-60 ng/dL (female) Anything beyond or lesser than this has to be diagnosed further and treated accordingly.