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Androgenic Alopecia

Male pattern baldness (androgenic alopecia) is an inheritable condition that increases in frequency with age. Approximately 50% of males are affected by male pattern baldness, while almost 90% of men over 80 are affected by hair loss. While there is no cure for male pattern baldness, there are some treatments that help to manage hair loss.

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What is androgenic alopecia?

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Male pattern baldness (androgenic alopecia) is an inheritable condition that increases in frequency with age. Approximately 50% of males are affected by male pattern baldness, while almost 90% of m...

Causes of hair loss in men

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The cause of male pattern baldness is not completely understood, but some factors include genetics, testosterone, and environmental factors. The medical term androgenic alopecia refers to the fact...

Treatments for hair loss

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Unfortunately, nearly all hair restoration products that claim to halt and even reverse hair loss are completely unproven. There are several approved products that have been shown to slow the rate...

Natural treatments for hair loss

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There have not been many clinical trials involving natural supplements to cure or prevent hair loss.

Hair loss in Women

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It may be surprising to discover that 40% of hair loss cases occur in women. Hair loss in women may not be as obvious as hair loss spreads evenly along the scalp. Men, on the other hand, tend to ...

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