Hair loss in males
Hair loss in males starts generally after puberty, the most common pattern being loss of hairs from sides of forehead n top of head. (Male pattern baldness or Androgenetic alopecia)
The factors involved are
After puberty, male hormones (mainly DHT) act on these genetically programmed hair follicles transform to terminal (thick) hair to miniaturized follicles (vellus hair).
Fig, 1 Mechanism of AGA
Fig 2. Stages of AGA
Other less common causes of hair loss in men are
Treatment of baldness:
YES, it is possible.
Depending upon the grade and severity of the situation, the qualified dermatologist can choose between