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Hair loss prevention test (androgenetic alopecia)

Find out the real reason for your hair loss

This test allows you to know if you have alopecia, a hereditary disease that causes severe hair loss, can be prevented if diagnosed early.



Hair loss prevention test (androgenetic alopecia)


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Hair loss can be due to genetic factors. Alopecia is a disease that causes your hair to fall out, grow weak or disappear in entire sections (see details below).

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Alopecia is more common in men, but it also affects women. With the result you will receive the treatment you must follow to prevent it, from creams to surgical procedures.

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Results available in 15 business days.


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The sampling is in saliva, completely painless.

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How the test works

  1. elige tu test genético
    Purchase your service online with a discount to get a voucher.
  2. frotis bucal para análisis
    Go to an extraction centre with your voucher.
  3. instrucciones de uso
    One of our partner labs makes the analysis.
  4. instrucciones de uso
    You receive the results by email.

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We put at your disposal more than 150 extraction points, the largest network in Spain.

What is alopecia?

    Alopecia is a hereditary disease, it affects 50% of the male population and 30% of the female population. Among the most common types of alopecia we find: androgenic (AGA), areata (AA) and telogen effluvium (TE).

How can I prevent or cure alopecia?

    The treatment for alopecia is different in each individual, from topical and oral. The results report offers a unique and personalized treatment for each patient, easy to understand and apply so that the patient can start it as soon as they want.

Why does alopecia occur?

    The causes for hair loss can be multifactorial, from specific episodes of stress to the reaction to some medical treatment. This test will allow you to clear up doubts about the cause of your alopecia or hair loss.

What does this test analyze?

    The parameters analyzed are the following:
    • Prostaglandin metabolism.
    • Metabolism of the enzyme sulfotransferase.
    • Response to antiandrogenic treatments.
    • Response to anti-inflammatory treatment (glucocorticoids).
    • Vasodilation and circulation.
    • Collagen synthesis.
    • Vitamins A and B.
    • Insulin growth factors.

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