Male hair loss

In general, male pattern baldness is separated into three categories;

  1. Male pattern baldness, also called androgenetic alopecia
  2. Non-pattern baldness
  3. Telogen effluvium

Male pattern baldness

98% of men are affected by this type of hair loss in their lifetime. This usually begins with a receding hairline and can result in severe hair loss.

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Non-pattern baldness

Non-pattern baldness is an umbrella term that is used for many different kinds of hair loss. It can relate to any random and rare hair loss experienced through any other method, such as scarring alopecia and compulsive hair pulling (also known as trichotillomania).

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Telogen effluvium

Telogen effluvium is hair loss that is usually caused by the likes of medication, diet patterns, stress, and thyroid abnormalities.

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