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You are having common type of baldness, it appears as a progressive, symmetric, diffuse loss of hair concentrated in the fronto-central area of the scalp.
The hair loss occurs in nearly all men.
The time of onset and rapidity of progress vary greatly. Androgens
, age and genetic predisposition contribute to development of common baldness.
Please see a good dermatologist
to see if any reversible cause is there which may be treated.
, topical or intralesional oestrogens or corticosteroids
, and local rubifacients are used but with little success. Ultraviolet light or massage also fail to regrow hair.
to redistribute hair follicles from posterior scalp that is autografting, may give cosmatically acceptable success.