About Female Hair Loss
- Twelve percent of women first develop noticeable female pattern hair loss (FPHL) by age 29, and 25 percent do by age 49.
- FPHL is also known as Androgenetic Alopecia. It is similar to male pattern hair loss, except women rarely become completely bald, but can thin in all areas of the scalp.
- Hair loss in women often has to do with heredity, passed on from either side of the family. Other reasons include hormonal changes, illness, and poor nutrition.
- A correct diagnosis should be made by a dermatologist who specializes in the study of the skin and hair.
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