Telogen Effluvium (TE) is the most common cause of diffuse hair loss in adult females. TE may be a squeal of various metabolic alterations such as pregnancy, malnutrition especially iron deficiency anemia in premenopausal women. Hemoglobin concentration can be used to screen for iron deficiency, whereas serum ferritin concentration can be used to confirm iron deficiency. In this study we tried to put a light spot on the role of serum ferritin level in female patients with TE. The results of this study showed normal serum ferritin level in female patients suffering from telogen effluvium as well as normal serum Hg level, HCT value, RBCs count and Blood Indices. Insignificant relation was found between control and study groups using SPSS statistical data analysis.