This director of human resources has always been "proud" of her brown and thick hair that she considered "a major asset and a true symbol of femininity". Over time, his hair begins to thinn seriously at the level of the ray. "When I was in my 40s, you could see my skull through my hair. I started wearing hats and berets to camouflage transparency," she says. Before considering a transplant, Anne* first uses all kinds of fall arrest treatments to try to remedy it. "I combined mesotherapy, PRP, microneedling and other scalp massages to hope to regain mass. I tried everything, but in my advanced stage of baldness, I needed a more radical solution," she continues.
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Anne, 55 years old
His doctor then diagnosed him with androgenetic baldness (the combination of a sensitivity of the hair roots to male hormones and a genetic predisposition), which is all the more accentuated at menopause...
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