Experiencing Hair Loss Due to PCOS? Here’s What You Can Do About It
Hair loss by polycystic ovarian syndrome is typically seen as thinning on the top and sides of the heads, but hair loss can happen in other areas of the scalp, too. “We also see two other patterns. The ‘Ludwig’s pattern’ is characterized by thinning of the crown region with the preservation of the frontal hairline. The ‘Christmas tree pattern’ represents a type of hair loss where the frontal hairline remains preserved, while the crown is thinning, starting at the parting of the hair and progressing,” says Dr. Jovana Lekovich.
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