Hairlogica outlines that patterns of female this condition can vary considerably in appearance. Patterns that may occur include:
Diffuse thinning of hair over the entire scalp, often with more noticeable thinning toward the back of the scalp.
Unlike the case for men, a thinning scalp in women due to androgenetic alopecia does not uniformly grow smaller in diameter (miniaturise). They instead tend to have miniaturising hair of variable diameter over all affected areas of the scalp. Although the condition can often include this element, the miniaturisation of hair is not an inherent indicator of androgenetic alopecia as it can easily be the result of outlying causes. For example, females often find that their hair may start to thin as they enter the post-menopausal stage, therefore this effect does not lend itself solely to the condition.
The precise diagnosis for female hair loss treatment should be made by a specialist at our Melbourne clinic.
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