Is Alopecia contagious in humans?

Alopecia (which means balding) is barely ever because of a disease and is thusly, as a rule, not an infectious condition. Although, there is one exemption to various stuff is a fix of male pattern baldness brought about by ringworm of the scalp.

Ringworm (tinea corporis) is a contagious contamination (rather like competitor's foot) that develops gradually on the skin. It just seldom happens on the head. When it does, it more often than not happens on the scalp.

Your GP or a skin specialist can analyze it by inspecting the scalp. It is not easy to treat this problem.

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