Early Signs and Symptoms of Male Pattern Baldness

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Like many different signs of aging, male pattern baldness is unlikely to be something that happens to you over night, and is likely to be something that you notice gradually occurring over a period of time. Male pattern baldness is a condition that impacts more than half of all men around the world. Learning the early signs of male pattern baldness is key to slowing the process down by taking action as early as possible. The sooner you are able to do something about your hair loss, the more hair you’ll be able to save. Some of the main early signs of male pattern baldness include:

Changes in the Hairline:

An obvious difference in your hairline is often one of the first signs of losing your hair. Most men find that the male pattern baldness begins in the hairline area, with the hairline beginning to resemble a letter ‘M’. It will usually begin in the temple area and most men will notice some thinning of the hair in this area before they notice a complete loss. If you’re not sure, you might want to consider comparing a photograph of you now with one taken a few years earlier to see if you can notice any difference to your hairline. Experts at The Treatment Rooms London then recommend stabilising your hair loss before booking a FUE hair transplant to restore your hairline.

What is the best age to have a hair transplant? Anybody affected by hair loss can get a hair transplant, but The Treatment Rooms London recommend waiting until you are at least thirty years old, which is typically the best age to have a hair transplant.

Early Signs and Symptoms of Male Pattern Baldness

Noticeable Thinning:

Not all men will first notice hair loss in their hairline. Diffuse thinning is another common sign of male pattern baldness. This type of hair loss is typically more noticeable on the top and the back of the head. It usually begins in the crown and results in baldness that starts from the top, rather than the front of the hair. If you’ve noticed thinning in this area, you can try using topical hair loss treatments like finasteride or minoxidil on your hair to promote regrowth.

Excessive Loss of Hair:

It is normal for humans to lose some hair every day. Generally, we lose around fifty to one hundred strands of hair daily in order for new hairs to grow through and noticing some hair on your brush when grooming is not usually a cause for concern. However, you might be worried if you are losing hair in clumps. Thankfully this is not always a sign of male pattern baldness and might be due to an underlying mental or physical health condition that might be treated. On the other hand, if you are healthy and do not have any underlying conditions that might cause this, it’s more likely to be due to male pattern baldness and it’s advisable to seek a treatment as soon as possible to slow the rate of hair loss down.

While it is impossible to completely avoid male pattern baldness, understanding the early signs and spotting them when they appear can make it easier for you to get the right treatment and keep your full head of hair for longer.

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