Alopecia in women develops at the frontal and superior level of the head, in spite of that, it develops in a more diffuse form than male baldness and the integrity of the first line is usually maintained, which means that, in general, there is no tickets. Its evolution occurs more slowly than in men because it rarely reaches such advanced stages.Continue
In women, just like men, the most likely cause of hair loss in androgenic alopecia. However, it develops and evolves differently than men. That is why in fact another metric is used to identify the state of alopecia; the Ludwig scale.