Is FUE an option for non-universal alopecia patients? What’s the success rate

I’m a 42 year old female with alopecia (non-universal) and would like to know if Hair transplant is an option for me. I would like to know whether if it’s been done or not and whether if it’s been successful doing FUE method.

1 Expert Answers

Female hair loss

Most women with what they think is genetic hair loss do not qualify for hair transplants because (1) the donor area may have significant miniaturization and (2) the hair loss may be the result of some autoimmune alopecia such as FFA or LLP and (3) the hair loss may be too diffuse to correct it with hair transplantation which requires a limited area of 'balding' to get a successful hair transplant. You need a good expert doctor to determine these situations.