Androgenetic Alopecia in the Female

    March 1994 in “Archives of Dermatology
    Richard L. DeVillez, James B. Jacobs, Cheryl A. Szpunar, Michael L. Warner
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    TLDR 2% topical minoxidil effectively treats female hair loss with minimal side effects.
    This document contains multiple summaries of studies and papers related to androgenetic alopecia in females. The majority of the studies found that 2% topical minoxidil solution is an effective and safe treatment for female androgenetic alopecia, with an increase in hair growth and minimal side effects. Other treatments, such as finasteride, were also found to be effective. The document provides useful information for dermatologists and patients dealing with this condition.
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