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Hair Loss in Women Directory

In many women, hair loss appears as overall thinning of hair as opposed to a bald spot or receding hairline. Hair loss may be genetic or may be a result of an underlying condition or a medication. Minoxidil is a common treatment used in female hair loss. Hair transplants can also help. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about what causes hair loss in women, how the cause is diagnosed, what treatments are used in treating female hair loss, and much more.

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Don't give in to thinning hair. Medications are available that can help restore women's hair, too.

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