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    Hair from the back and sides of the head, which is resistant to the balding process, is known as the permanent donor zone. This is a limited and finite resource from which we are able to harvest the hair that will be used in the transplant process.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mariechin1234 View Post
    Hair from the back and sides of the head, which is resistant to the balding process, is known as the permanent donor zone. This is a limited and finite resource from which we are able to harvest the hair that will be used in the transplant process.
    To my knowledge, the majority of women with AGA (myself included) lose hair diffusely, meaning there are no stable donor zones. Therefore, there is no way of knowing which hairs are resistant to DHT sensitivity.

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