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Hair transplantation in women

hair transplant in women,

is an extremely important treatment because it has a positive effect on their appearance. Hair loss or complete hair loss is a worrying situation that no one wants to experience.

Although it is much more common among men, it has become much more common for women to benefit from hair transplant treatments.


The methods used by men are also used by women. The most commonly used method in women is the DHİ method, based on the photo examination, the doctor determines which of the two will apply.

Causes of hair loss in women

Alopecia is the most common cause of hair loss in women

Other major causes of hair loss in women include the following:

Genetic predisposition:

  • Autoimmune diseases

  • Hormonal changes

  • Medication use

  • Menopause

  • Pregnancy

  • Excessive stress

  • Iron deficiency

In female hair loss (Androgenetic Alopecia), 3 different hair loss patterns can be observed:

Diffuse (widespread) 

Localized (regional)

Pattern (male type)

  1. Diffuse (widespread): It is characterized by diffuse thinning of the entire scalp while preserving the frontal hairline.

  2. Localized (regional): It is a form of hair loss in which the hair dividing line in the frontal mid-area widens without diffuse hair loss.

  3. Pattern (male type): Bilateral (bitemporal) hair retraction from the forehead line to the sides


This type of hair loss has a similar distribution pattern  as male hair loss.


It is known as the earliest stage of hair loss. The dilution in the top is minimal.


Localized (local) It is a form of hair loss that occurs with the dilation of the hair dividing line in the frontal mid-area without diffuse hair loss. This type of hair loss described by Olsen is known as the "pine tree pattern" (Olsen type).

Ways to prevent hair loss in women

In this sense, hair loss can be prevented through medical treatments, but also through personal care and a healthy diet. Before deciding on the treatment of hair loss in women, it is necessary to look at the type and cause of the hair loss.

This is only possible with an accurate diagnosis by a specialist doctor. However, determining whether the hair loss is temporary or permanent and the course of the hair loss will also help determine a course of treatment.


Among the main methods of treatment recommended for women;


Hair Transplantation: Hair transplantation, which provides a permanent solution to hair loss, is the process of extracting hair follicles that are resistant to hair loss from the donor area (neck) and transplanting them to the areas that are needed.

This procedure, performed with minimally invasive methods, gives successful results in women with permanent hair loss if the donor area is sufficient for transplantation. Hair transplant is the most preferred method, especially for women with pattern or regional hair loss.


Minoxidil: Minoxidil topical solution is the only androgen independent treatment method approved by the FDA. Minoxidil, applied topically to the scalp, shows effects that can slow and stop hair loss. The use of the 2% form is recommended for women.


PRP: PRP therapy is a non-surgical option that provides protective and restorative support to existing hair care procedures. It is based on the principle of taking some blood from the person's body, separating the plasma from the blood by centrifugation and returning it to the body by injection.


Hair Mesotherapy: Mesotherapy is the process of administering pharmacological drugs in mixtures regionally in small doses into the skin using special needles and special techniques. It is a preferred method to slow down hair loss and revitalize hair.

Healthy Diet: Along with the consumption of protein rich foods such as meat, fish, eggs, whole grains, the intake of biotin, magnesium, zinc, selenium and vitamins A, E, C, B6 contained in spinach, bananas, green leafy vegetables will help maintain the hair strengthen and protect by nourishing the scalp.


One in four women faces the problem of hair loss. This number can be as high as two in four women in menopause.


About 40% of women with hair loss problems have female pattern hair loss, caused by genetic factors.


While there are about 30 different factors that can cause hair loss in women, it is only some of these factors that affect the majority of women.


Hair thinning occurs in 10% of premenopausal women and more than 50% of women over 65 years of age.


While 84% of women with hair loss problems suffer from low self-esteem and 34% suffer from depression, 94% find their hair loss problem less socially acceptable than men.


Approximately 14.7% of hair transplant recipients worldwide are women. 

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