Can a Hair Transplant Restore Frontal Hair Loss in Women?September 25th, 2006
Q: Although I read that women are supposedly protected from hair loss in the frontal hairline by the enzyme aromatase that is exactly where I am losing hair. My hairline has receded and I have developed a widow’s peak. What can be causing this, and how can I fix it? It seems to have been happening gradually for a few years.
Women with this pattern can often be good candidates for hair transplant surgery, particularly if the donor area is stable. View our Women’s Hair Transplant Gallery for some examples of the kind of results we can achieve for women at Bernstein Medical – Center for Hair Restoration.Related Posts:
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Tags: Aromatase, Causes of Hair Loss in Women, Donor Area, Female Pattern Hair Loss, Frontal Hair Loss, Hair Loss in Women, Hairline, Hairline Receding, Widow's Peak Posted by Robert M. Bernstein M.D. on September 25th, 2006 at 11:37 am