I'm female, 46 yo and noticed my hair is falling and the front line has very little hair. I have polycystic ovaries. (photo)
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Female hair loss
Hair loss can be caused by hormonal imbalances. I advise you to seek the advice of a doctor for a proper evaluation.
I'm female, 46 yo and noticed my hair is falling and the front line has very little hair. I have polycystic ovaries
Thank you for your question.
Loss of hair is a natural process when it is between the limits that the body can restore them. When the capacity of the body to restore the hair loss is beaten by the excessive hair loss then we can name this situation something that should be treated. Women started to experience balding even more in the last 2 decades. It is getting more and more common also in women population. However it is also good to know that this problem is also treatable when it is present in women.
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There are surgical and nonsurgical options available to you
A thorough consultation with a hair restoration surgeon will give you answers and options for hair loss in women. Polycystic ovarian syndrome can be one of the many factors in female hair loss, and there are nonsurgical and surgical options available to you.
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If you are losing hair and want treatment options you should schedule a consultation with a doctor.
If you are losing hair and want treatment options you should schedule a consultation with a doctor. There are no medications that will make your hair line grow.
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I suggest you see a cosmetic dermatologist who specializes in hair loss for a formal consultation. There are many options for hair loss: PRP, Progesterone, Rogaine. See an expert. Best, Dr. Emer.
Female hair loss
i would first have my hormones checked, then try Minoxidil. If all lab is normal, seek a respected hair transplant physician near you. Yasou!
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