Hair loss -- PRP, Progesterone, Viviscal, Rogaine, Finesteride, Spironolactone
I suggest a biopsy to rule out autoimmune, infectious and telogen causes of hair loss. Best, Dr. Emer.
Androgenetic alopecia in women
AGA can take various forms in women, from hairline/temple recession, to typical "female pattern hair loss" affecting the top and back of the head, to diffuse thinning over the top, back, and sides. It sounds as if you should see a hair loss expert who can diagnose you and provide some therapeutic options, possibly even including finasteride if you are post-menopausal (either naturally or surgically). In the meantime, if you haven't already discovered camouflage products like Toppik and Hair Illusion, you might want to check out the YouTube videos and give them a try.Thanks for your question--hope this was helpful.Dr. Ballon
If you really have genetic hair loss, there is wide variation in women. Some don't have it but in the front, some in the front and top and some all over the head including what we call the 'donor' area.
Patterned and diffuse loss are possible in women. Diffuse thinning in womem is more common than men.