How Do You Treat General Thinning in Women ?February 3rd, 2009
Q: I’ve been losing my hair just around the front of my scalp for years, but now it’s bad enough that I need to wear a wig to hide the top and back. Do you transplant women?
A: If you have thinning in such a broad area, most likely your donor area is also thin and you would not be a good candidate for surgery.
An examination can determine this and also determine if there is some other cause of your hair loss other than genetics.Related Posts:
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Tags: Donor Area, Donor Area Thinning, Front of Scalp, Frontal Hair Loss, Genetic Hair Loss, Hair Loss Consultation, Hair Loss in Women, Hair Thinning, Hair Transplant in Women Posted by Robert M. Bernstein M.D. on February 3rd, 2009 at 4:32 am