How to tell the difference between male pattern baldness and losing your hair from weight loss/traumatic experience? (Photo)
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How to tell the difference between male pattern baldness and losing your hair from weight loss/traumatic experience?
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Loss of hair is a natural process when it is between the limits that the body can restore them
Male pattern balding vs hair loss from weight loss
In general, male pattern hair loss occurs in a "pattern" meaning certain areas of the scalp are more affected than others. For most men this includes the crown or the frontal scalp, especially the temples. Hair loss from weight loss or the stress of a traumatic experience leads to hair loss all over the scalp. We call this 'diffuse loss'. This type of diffuse hair loss is unusual in male pattern balding.
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You can tell the difference between male pattern balding and diffuse hair loss from weight loss by seeing a "pattern"
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