Female pattern baldness is different in comparison to male pattern baldness.
Receding hairline in men is a form of male pattern baldness which is common. Receding hairline in women is less common and usually considered a similar kind of process.
Male Pattern Baldness is usually either frontal or in the back of the head. Usually, baldness in women is a widening of a part that gets gradually wider. Generally, the hair gets finer and more sparse as the years progress.
Our clinic has successfully treated patients with both kinds of baldness. All female and male pattern baldness can be fixed or treated with stem cell growth factors. This is a new science to help regenerate the follicles and make the hair shaft thicker to bring hair to what it used to be when you were in your early years.
Do the stem cell growth factors work the same way on male and female pattern baldness?
The regeneration of the follicles is the same on men and women. The main reason for male pattern baldness in high levels of DHT, women don’t have as much DHT but can still cause hair to fall out and hair follicles to close or die. If the hair follicle is still there the stem cells growth factors are able to rejuvenate it.
How long does it take to get results with this kind of treatment?
The stem cell growth factor start the regeneration process within 6 weeks and after a few months you can start to notice baby hairs growing on the treated area. After a few more months, the hair follicles open up and the hair shaft gets thicker and you will notice your hair coming back thicker and thicker.
What causes baldness?
The most common type of baldness in men is male pattern baldness. It represents about 95% of cases in men. High production of DHT is the most common cause of thinning hair in men.
The reason for hair loss in women is a similar kind of condition, which is also high in DHT and their hair loss is a lot slower than it is in men.
The cause of Male Pattern Baldness is an abnormal reaction to a hormone De hydro testosterone which is a metabolite of testosterone.
When does baldness occur?
A very slow process starts to occur in men in their late 20’s and 30’s. Most men have some level of baldness in their early 40’s. It can happen to younger women but usually, these women are in their 40’s and 50’s.
Male and Female Pattern Baldness Treatment
The direction that regenerative medicine has chosen is not to use pharmaceutical drugs but to use products that are natural in their relation to the human body. Examples of that is platelet rich plasma (PRP), which has some moderate success. It tends to be highly variable between people because the platelet rich plasma is derived from blood is taken from the patient themselves and then injected into the scalp to stimulate hair growth. When doing PRP, a lot of the times it does not work since the stem cells growth factors taken from the patients are already older and damaged and they do not work as well.
The newest player on the block is amniotic fluid stem cells growth factors.
Stem cells are derived from the placenta, the cord, and the membranes. This is the sack where the baby lives in for 9 months. This tissue is very rich in growth factors and stem cells. Stem cells can be injected into different tissues and helped to renew those tissues. In the case of baldness, injecting it into the scalp can help regenerate the hair follicle. The hair follicles are still there but what they contain is a very atrophied and fine hair which does not grow to a significant extent. When you use the stem cell growth factors to regenerate the hair follicle you get a more robust hair and over time the hair shafts themselves return to the original thickness. G
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