Are your hair falling out, are you starting to go bald? Use this calculator and check the probability and age at which you may be at risk of total hair loss.
Am I going bald? When will I go bald?
Alopecia - a disease symptom consisting in the progressive disappearance of hair production in the hair follicle. This process affects the hair on the scalp, although not all areas of the head are equally susceptible to it. The most common type of alopecia is androgenetic alopecia. It is caused by the sensitivity of the hair follicle to the testestorone derivative - dihydrotestosterone (DHT). Under its influence, the hair follicle produces thinner and weaker hair, while at the same time shrinking (miniaturization). At the end of this process, the follicle produces only a short hair without dye.
Androgenetic alopecia - a disease which in most cases is caused by genetic conditions. It is characterized by excessive hair loss. It accounts for 95 percent of all diagnosed cases of baldness.
The first symptoms of androgenetic alopecia may appear in adolescence. Hair can fall out to a large extent even in teenage boys. A clear symptom of the disease is the commencement of the hairline retraction process involving the area of the temples and forehead of the patient. Subsequently, the process begins to cover the entire surface of the scalp, leading to complete hair loss. Women also suffer from androgenetic alopecia
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