Male pattern balding in men is caused by three major factors: genetics, age, and the sensitivity or pre-deposition to DHT (Dyhidoxi testosterone). Male-pattern baldness, also known as androgenetic alopecia, occurs as a man’s testosterone levels change over time over his life. Male-pattern baldness is also influenced by genetic influences.
How do I know if Im balding?
The most visible symptom of balding is a noticeable change in your hairline. Baldness also starts at the hairline, where the previously flat or slightly receded hairline transforms into a more obvious M-shaped hairline.
Can you stop male pattern baldness?
Male pattern baldness has no cure other than hair transplantation, but certain drugs may help slow or stop it from happening. Finas (teride) and Minox (idil) is a scripted, FDA-approved product that you apply to your scalp. It helps some men improve hair growth and slows down the pace of hair loss. When you stop using it, though, hair loss returns.
At what age do men go bald?
Men, on average, take 15 to 25 years to go fully bald. This is a cycle that can start at any age. By the age of 60, about two-thirds of men are bald or have a balding pattern. In other words, there is no specific age at which you can begin to see hair loss.
Can I be bald if my father is not bald?
Several other genes from your chromosomes may also cause you to go bald. This means your father will be able to pass on some of his baldness genes to you. And if your mother’s family does not have a history of baldness, you have a risk of going bald.
Hair Transplant Surgery to cure Male Pattern Baldness
Today we have the opportunity and technology to curb male pattern baldness through an FUE or FUT (FUS) hair transplantation. Hair transplant surgery by credible and experienced Doctors can give you back the lost hair of your youth.