Hello, I am a 21 year old female with a bad hairline. My hairline is very high and recedes further back at the temples (looks similar to male-pattern baldness). My hairline has been this way my entire life. All of the living women on my mother's side of the family share this trait and they all had it as children as well. My question is, can surgical hair transplant work on someone with poor hairline, even if hair has never grown in those areas? I have been searching all over the internet and I cannot find any information about these procedures in reference to a naturally bad hairline. The couple threads that I have found, people just respond that the person is in denial about their hair loss. I am not. My hair has always been this way. I have a full head of hair, just an ugly hairline. Thank you
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