Female-pattern hair loss
This type of hair loss usually manifests itself as limp hair look, weakening in hair and slow growth of hair. Local or complete hair loss cannot observe. Men typically present with hairline recession at the vertex region that is at the top, while women have weakening and thinning all over the scalp.
The most important reason of women's hair loss and thinning is hormone imbalance and hormone therapies. Beside this; hyper or hypothyroidism, anaemia due to iron deficiency or vitamin B12 deficiency, stress and irregular eating habits can be considered.
The reasons of weakening in men are smoking, stress and malnutrition.
Female or male individuals with this type of thinning cannot be considered as suitable candidates for hair transplantation. Priority treatment is to eliminate the above reasons that cause hair loss.