Hair Loss Singapore – Types of Hair Loss in Men

Posted on August 6, 2011


Hair Loss In Men


A genetic form of alopecia is Androgenetic Alopecia also known as Male Pattern hair loss is an inherited condition when androgens are present in abnormal amounts. The gene can be inherited from the maternal or paternal side. The severity of hair loss is unpredictable. The severity increases with age and if the condition is present it will be progressive and relentless.Hair loss in men is likely to occur primarily between late teen-age years and age 40-50, in a generally recognisable “male-pattern” baldness known as androgenetic alopecia. Men with male-pattern hair loss may have an expectation of hair loss if they have male relatives who lost hair in the same recognisable male pattern.

Below is a related graph reflecting the scale & stages of the Male Pattern Hair Loss.