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Female, thin hair in front . Hair transplant advisable?

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Need your advise . M a female and facing issues regarding my hair . My hairs are getting thinner day by day . Also it's happening only on the front part. My hair pattern is approx 70% on side and back and balance on front or top. I m even thinking of getting a hair transplant . Just came across cipla tu gain . Will it be useful for me or else please advise .
Also please advise is hair transplant is a successful for females and advise experienced docs around .

Asked On : Thu, 18 Apr 2013
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welcome to healthcare magic forum
i understand your concern about hair loss.
tugain contain minoxidil that is us fda approve for hair loss
you can use it for prevention of hair loss
hair transplantation can be done successfully in female.
in general result are not as good as in men.
it is better to consult hair transplantation center and get your hair analysis.
you should have good donor hair to have better result
i hope i answered your question.
Answered: Thu, 18 Apr 2013
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