Few people think about it because anaemia actually develops slowly and insidiously in the body. Its side effects are manifold, there is no clear sign and it can only generally be said to be caused by iron deficiency.
The answer is yes. Because abnormal thyroid function can cause temporary hair loss.
In an earlier article, we clarified that alopecia is not specifically the name of a single hair loss-related condition, but is a catch-all term. In this summary, we present the rarest of these balding disorders.