Female Pattern Hair Loss (Androgenic Alopecia)
While hereditary thinning and baldness is more normal in men, a huge number of women experience the ill effects of female pattern hair loss. Nonetheless, it unexpectedly influences the sexes. While men experience ‘vertex balding up top’ or potentially ‘receding frontal hairline’, women with female pattern hair loss by and large experience ‘diffused thinning’, for the most part, all through the top of the head or crown.
Female pattern hair loss normally starts at around the age of 30 and even as early as during the 20s or prior. The thinning hair typically gets observable around age 40, and possibly more perceptible after menopause. By the age of 50, half of the women will encounter some level of hair thinning from female pattern hair loss or another condition, for example, diffuse hair loss or telogen effluvium.
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