I had a hysterectomy 20 years ago with removal of ovaries.
Low testosterone can cause loss of hair. So can low thyroid. I recommend you have blood tests to determine hormone levels. At the very least, they should test for estrogen, testosterone free and serum and thyroid.
I get bioidentical hormones of estrogen and testesterone. I also have low thyroid so take meds for that as well. There are different methods of delivery for the estrogen and testosterone: pills, creams, gels, patches and pellets. I get the pellets. They are implanted under the skin on my hip about every 3-5 months.
I also recommend seeing a doctor that specializes in bioidentical hormones and menopause.
How were you able to get the bioidentical hormone pellets? My dr only does the cream which is a real pain. I can never get it completely rubbed in and worry about it getting on my kids.