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Female Hair Loss

How Does Hair Loss Affect Women?


According to the American Academy of Dermatology, as many as 40 percent of women experience recognizable hair loss by the age of 40. This concern, often incorrectly assumed to be solely a men’s issue, can have significant consequences for a woman’s self-esteem. Dr. Robert Leonard […]

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Is My Hair Loss Temporary or Progressive?

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Hair loss can happen to both men and women at any stage of life. When, where, and why it happens, however, will often give clues as to whether the situation will be a lasting one. Sometimes hair loss is a temporary experience that will pass […]

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What Causes Hair Loss?

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Shedding some hair is a normal experience, one that can fluctuate in volume depending on the season and your unique biology. That said, if you’re finding an increasing number of hairs in the bathroom sink, on your hairbrush, or on your pillow, you might be […]

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Hairloss is Horrible for Most Women

Recently published an article titled 7 Surefire Ways to Stop Thinning Hair, which was written from the perspective of a hair stylist.  While I agree with some of the stylist’s thoughts, I believe that a great deal of information was not covered from a […]

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Low Level Laser Therapy for Hair Loss

More than 15 years ago, I introduced low level laser therapy into my practice at Leonard Hair Transplant Associates as a treatment for hair loss in men and women–and, I’m grateful that I did! Laser therapy has evolved dramatically from the days of the year-long […]

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Postpartum hair loss

One of the most difficult hair loss consultations I have to do is with a woman with thinning hair—not just any woman, though.  This woman is a new Mom.  Everybody—the patient, the baby, and even I sometimes—are all crying because the hair loss can be […]

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Princess Kate Middleton’s rumored hair loss

Telogen effluvium is a reactive hair shedding caused by some physical stress such as pregnancy and delivery or general anesthesia or even a high fever.. It is thinning last for about 3 months and then the hair re-grows after another 3-4 months. This is NOT […]

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