Male balding (also called male pattern balding) affects 1 in every 3 men by age 50. Male pattern balding often begins in a man's early twenties, and gets progressively worse with age. Male pattern balding is caused by androgenetic alopecia. A combination of genetic propensity, and the effects of DHT in the male scalp cause androgenetic alopecia. Androgenetic alopecia results in the familiar horseshoe-shaped patch on the scalp, with the hairline receding further and further back until complete baldness occurs. Male pattern balding is not considered a disease; it is a result of the testosterone byproduct DHT attacking the hair follicles in the scalp. Contrary to popular belief, male balding cannot be predicted simply by looking to one side of the family for other male members suffering from male pattern baldness. While genetics plays an important role in male pattern balding, the trait can be passed down from either side of the family, and is only one of the risk factors that contribute to male baldness.
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