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MALE PATTERN BALDNESS: DISPELLING MYTHS AND TRUTHS

Male pattern baldness

MALE PATTERN BALDNESS

“Why is this happening to me?” It’s a legitimate concern that many men voice when they first notice the onset of their hair thinning or receding. Despite being a so common occurrence in men, especially in their late 20s, it still causes embarrassment and frustration.

The term used to describe this sudden hair loss is called ‘male pattern baldness,’ a widely known but not completely understandable condition. The confusion surrounding male hair loss stems from numerous myths and old tales.

Excessive use of hair products causes hair loss (Myth)

There is a misunderestimating belief that excessive use of hair products can lead to hair loss. However, those who heavily rely on hairspray and gel can rest break their hair shaft and are not completely safe from these products. There is no scientific link between the chemicals in these products and male pattern baldness.

Hair loss only affects middle-aged men (Myth)

Although it is well-known that baldness can occur at any age, many men refuse to accept this fact as they witness their hair disappearing. The truth is that male pattern baldness can begin as early as the late teens. Age is not a defining factor, as it can happen at any stage in your life. In fact, it is more prevalent among men in their 20s and 30s.

Your mother is solely responsible for your baldness genes (Myth, with some too truth)

The most common myth about baldness, although accurate partially, is the belief that only your mother is solely responsible for your baldness genes. In reality, the future of your hair depends on genes from both sides of your family. It is not fair to blame just your mother for it.

Research demonstrates that men with bald fathers are more likely to experience male pattern baldness compared to those without.

Wearing a hat causes hair loss (Myth)

Do not be quick to dispose of your hats. There is no scientific evidence to suggest that wearing hats does more harm than simply giving you a bad hair day. They do not strain your hair follicles or cause hair loss. However, it is important to regularly wash your hats to prevent scalp infections.

If you are considering professional treatment for your hair loss, please do not hesitate to contact us. As a leading skin, hair, and nail clinic in Bangalore, HSR layout, we specialize in various surgical and non-surgical procedures, including hair transplants.

For more information, please feel free to call us at 9844577888 Epicorium clinic and one of our team members will be happy to assist you.

FAQs in our Skin Clinic

  1. What is Male Pattern Baldness?

Male Pattern Baldness, a common condition, is often misunderstood. It can start in men as early as their late teens, not just in middle age, and is influenced by genetics from both parents.

  1. Can hair products cause hair loss?

No, there is no scientific link between hair product usage and hair loss, but too much of their use can hair damage.

  1. Are baldness genes only inherited from the mother’s side?

Baldness genes come from both parents, not just the mother.

  1. Does wearing a hat contribute to hair loss?

Wearing a hat does not cause hair loss, but dirty hats can lead to scalp infections.

  1. What treatments are available for hair loss at your clinic?

Our clinic offers various surgical and non-surgical treatments, including hair transplants, PRP, Stem cell therapy, LLLT. Contact us for more information.

  1. Can Male Pattern Baldness occur at any age?

Yes, it can start as early as in the late teens and is not age-dependent.

  1. What steps can be taken if one is facing hair loss?

If you notice hair loss, consider consulting our specialists for advice and treatment options.

  1. Do you offer consultations for hair loss?

Yes, consultations are available. Feel free to get in touch with us in order to schedule an appointment.

  1. Are there any myths about hair loss I should be aware of?

Many myths, such as hair loss from hat-wearing or product use, are untrue. Our experts can provide factual information.

  1. How can I get more information about your services?

Visit our website or contact us directly for detailed information on our services and treatments.

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