If you only start to show evident hair loss in your late 20s early 30s, are you less likely to go 'fully ' bald?
9 months ago
I read somewhere that if you only start to evidently lose your hair late 20s/early 30s then you are less likely to be a, I quote , 'very bald man'. Any truth in that ?
Doctor Answers 3
Hair Loss Timing
To a certain extent, yes this seems to be the case. But of course there are always exceptions and looking at other factors such as your family history can provide a much more accurate prediction of your future hair loss pattern than the time you started thinning.
Most men in general lose hair in their 20s and 30s in that they can see the balding pattern develop.
Most men in general lose hair in their 20s and 30s in that they can see the balding pattern develop. There will always be exceptions to this generalization.
Balding that starts later in life
The later in life that you develop hair loss, the less likely will be the advanced hair loss patterns that seem to show up before the age of 26.
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