In women, baldness is reflected as thinning and hair loss at the top of the scalp.
As already mentioned, the process of hair loss and baldness in women is different than in men. In women, baldness is reflected as thinning and hair loss at the top of the scalp and usually does not affect the scalp on either side of the forehead. You can view your progress on the following Ludwig scale .
Hair can also fall out due to many other factors such as e.g. taking certain medications, overcoming infections, thyroid dysfunction, surgery and post-operative conditions, increased fever, malnutrition, pregnancy or childbirth, taking birth control pills… Hair can fall out even within two to four months after a severe stressful event. This condition usually does not progress to complete baldness, although more severe hair loss may occur.