This is the most common cause of male hair loss. Androgenetic alopecia is inherited from parents. As a result, one should look to their relatives to see if there have been instances of hair loss that move in the family. Androgenetic alopecia is characterised by progressive hairline thinning on the scalp.
The downturn of temporal hair or loss of side hair is the first sign of AGA. Furthermore, as the condition worsens, hair loss moves and eventually covers the entire crown. The most major reason for hair loss in men is hormonal changes caused by androgens. This is easily changed with medications and some other non-surgical procedures.This condition is easily reversible with FUE and FUT hair transplants.
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