What Is Female Pattern Hair Loss?

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What Is Female Pattern Hair Loss?

What Is Female Pattern Hair Loss?
Female Pattern Hair Loss (FPHL) or, as it’s more widely known, Androgenetic Alopecia is the most common form of women’s hair loss globally, with over 8 million people in the US suffering with it in some form. It can start as early as puberty, but occurs most commonly after the menopause. FPHL is a genetic condition and is inherited from one or sometimes both parents, and can be triggered by hormones at any time after puberty. The hair starts to thin around the front, top and crown areas of the scalp and can vary in intensity, leaving some people with areas of thinner hair. For this, the best results come from professional hair replacement, to regain confidence and to restore the natural hair.

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