Are you facing female pattern hair loss? It is always suggested to get every single detail of this problem. Such details help you know more and more about the problem and also to select the best solution for your problem. Before you visit hair transplant clinic in Pakistan, you should get an idea what is your category or class of female pattern hair loss. Hamilton classified female-pattern hair loss by using the Norwood-Hailton classification. This pattern is also classified by Ludwig with the mean of different classification of grades 1-3. The general patterns of female hair loss are described below.
It is a pattern where base resides at the hairline and tip at the center of scalp. This pattern was first described in 1990 and since then it is regarded as the dominant diffuse pattern of hair loss in females.
Diffuse Hair Loss
This pattern is identified by Ludwig classification. According to study, this kind of pattern is experienced by a majority of women during their pre and post menopause. It is quite hard to determine whether postmenopausal hair loss in women is due to androgenetic alopecia or not as aging is also a contributing factor of this loss.
Pattern that Resembles with Male Pattern
In some degree, female hair loss pattern matches with that of Norwood-Hamilton Types I –VII male pattern hair loss. Many women experience type II kind of loss in young adulthood but recession is not really prominent in men. Some women experience type IV pattern of hair loss in their 50-60s.
It is good to know that women of all ages can experience hair loss due to androgentic alopecia. But hair loss pattern becomes clear and frequent at ages of 20-30 and 40-50 if you face this problem when you should seek a surgical treatment in the form of FUT or FUE hair restoration in Peshawar.