Hair loss, or alopecia, occurs in more than 60% of men and in approximately 10% of women. The incidence of androgenetic alopecia increases greatly in women after menopause, however. Although it is common and may even be thought of as expected, it can be distressing and lead to a decreased quality of life for some. Therapy for the different forms of alopecia has been of varying benefit, but recent research has brought new options for patients.
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Cite this: Mary L. Windle. Rapid Rx Quiz: Hair Loss Treatments - Medscape - Aug 02, 2023.