Mild hirsutism and alopecia in postmenopausal women can be a normal physiological response. Sex cord stromal tumors of ovary account for approximately 5-8% of all ovarian tumors. When hirsutism is accompanied by signs of virilization such as severe balding, deepening of voice or clitoromegaly, an underlying androgen-secreting tumor, that may be malignant must be ruled out. We report a rare case of 46 year old female with premature menopause and symptom of hair loss. She had high testosterone levels and left ovary mass.