Most men can't help but be bothered by the idea of hair loss. But unknown to many is the fact that it has something to do with Androgenetic Alopecia—a genetic medical condition that leads to the gradual progression of hair follicle shrinkage and changes in the hair growth cycle.
The good news is that male pattern baldness progresses in a predictable way, which means the first signs of hair loss are seen from a mile away. We explain to you below the Norwood Scale, a stage-by-stage diagram of the hair loss process, which you can then use to determine if it’s time to do something about your disappearing hair.
And once you've decided to do something about it—because, apparently, you don’t want to be forced into adopting aliases like panot, shaggy, kalbo, long hair, buko, Pipoy, Bembol—know that, as always, you should first consult a dermatologist. Now, hit the gallery below for the Seven Stages of Hair Loss!
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