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Female Pattern Hair Loss (FPHL) - Your best chances

If you think you have FPHL, it’s important to see a dermatologist for a diagnosis. 

Women develop hair loss for many reasons. The first action to take is to strengthen the remaining hair and try to slow down FPHL.

Other common causes of hair loss in women can look a lot like FPHL. Each of these causes requires different treatment. Without the right treatment, hair loss often continues

Therapy may consist of platelet-rich plasma therapy, supplements, stem cells and many more.



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