There is increasing similarity between male and female hair loss, especially in cases of hereditary type and with advancing stages of baldness.
Stage 1 – As seen in the above image, in the early stages, male and female hair loss appears quite different. In olden times, most cases of women’s hair loss would only progress to this stage.
Stage 2 – In the middle stages, as the baldness increases, the two conditions appear more similar, as seen in the image above. This stage is more commonly seen in women when hereditary tendency combines with stress, hormonal issues, travelling, scalp infections etc.
Stage 3 – As the condition progresses and approaches advanced stages, male and female baldness end up looking very similar to each other. Note the similarity in the above image.
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