Hair transplants are a positive solution for hair loss in women.
Female pattern hair loss is an inherited condition and the most common type of hair loss seen in women.
It can occur at anytime from puberty but is most commonly seen after the menopause.
Although hormones play a role in this, the exact pathology is not as clearly understood as in male pattern hair loss.
It is also often genetically determined by one or both parents.
A hair transplant can be a solution to female pattern hair loss.
Female hair loss can be more complex and caused by multiple factors, so it is important to get an accurate diagnosis before considering hair transplant as a treatment option. For this reason, we often recommend female patients consult your GP and have some blood tests carried out in advance of your consultation – click here for more information about blood tests.
To gauge your level of hair loss see our Ludwig Scale illustrations below.