A bald head is something that no man would voluntarily want, especially when the resulting baldness from androgenic alopecia, a genetic condition, is permanent and have no means of total cure. While there are some men who sport baldheads, they can do so as they please because their hair will just grow back once they stop shaving their head clean. If you happen to be among the minority group of men who have inherited the genetic condition of male pattern baldness, if you have not started to grow bald yet, then it will not be long until the condition work its way as you begin to start manifesting significant hair fall.
Losing hair due to the genetically inherited trait of androgenic alopecia or simply male pattern baldness, is an issue that some men undergo. Not all men will grow bald, but for those who do have the genetic trait, once they reach a certain age, the condition will trigger and will slowly result in the falling of hair without any new hair sprouting back up to a point when parts of the scalp can be visibly seen through the hair. Continue reading