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DHT may contribute to the shortening of the growth phase of hair follicles, causing them to shrink until there are only a few visible hairs left on the scalp.
Ninety-five percent of hair loss in males is from a condition known as male pattern baldness (androgenetic-alopecia). This condition results from the presence in the scalp of dihydrotestosterone (DHT), a by-product of the testosterone hormone. Most male pattern baldness results in hair loss from the sides and the crown, eventually creating a “horseshoe” look around the head.
Hair loss in women usually begins at menopause. Before this time, DHT is counteracted by estrogen, but when estrogen levels drop, women’s hair follicles may also become prone to the effects of DHT. Unlike men, female pattern baldness is marked by thinning throughout the scalp; fully bald spots at the crown are rare.
• 40% of women (30-40 million) will experience significant hair loss or thinning hair during their lifetime.
• By age 45, 1 in 4 women will experience hereditary hair loss.
• Hair is at its thickest at age 20.
• Normal hair loss, “shedding,” should not exceed 40-100 hairs per day.