Baldness Cure · Hair Doctor

Female Pattern Baldness | Female Hair Loss

#FemalePatternBaldness #FemaleHairLoss

Many individual mistakenly believe hair loss is limited to men but in reality many women suffer from female hair loss otherwise known as female pattern baldness. A normal female hair loss pattern consists of thinning in the vertex (crown) and center of the scalp (hair part). As the female pattern baldness progresses hair density reduces and the center of the scalp (hair part) widens leaving “peach fuzz” or a fully bald section. Unlike male pattern baldness a recession of the frontal hairline doesn’t normally occur unless the individual is suffering from Traction Alopecia.

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If you have a history of female hair loss in your family or suspect that you may have traction alopecia its important to monitor for indications of thinning hair or a receding hairline and talk with a doctor. Identifying changes early on and implementing a preventive hair loss treatment can stabilize or slow your hair loss.

At Natural Transplants our friendly and knowledgable hair transplant surgeons are avalible to supply a classification for hair loss in women and review related hair restoration options FREE of charge. Call us at 844-327-4247 to speak with a doctor and get your female hair loss questions answered.
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