Many women with crown hair loss are suffering in silence and keep it a secret even with their closest friends and family members.
Even though women think they are alone that is actually not the case in fact 5% of women under 30 years old and 60% of those older than 70 years old are affected by female crown hair loss according to Mary Gail Mercurio, MD, associate professor of dermatology at the University of Rochester in Rochester, N.Y.
The longer a women waits to fix her hair loss the worse it will become and if she waits too long the hair loss can become permanent. So the sooner she can fix it the best possible chance of her not having permanent damage of hair loss.
Female pattern hair loss at the crown is pictured above. This happens when the hair part is thinning at the top of the head. Female Hair thinning at the crown or top of the head can widen the middle hair part slowly.
The crown hair loss will widen and get bigger and become more noticeable as time goes on.
This hair loss tends to sneak up on women slowly and only becomes more severe and worse if not treated right away.
Female pattern hair thinning can also happen at different areas on the scalp such as in situations of: