First of all, male pattern baldness or Androgenic Alopecia can begin at any age and to varying degrees. The question of when an individual will lose his or her hair is left solely up to genetics. Fifteen to sixteen years of age is quite early to start balding, but usually tends to onset gradually, so it is not entirely impossible to start suffering from baldness in one’s teens, which begins with the thinning of the hair or receding hairline. For male pattern baldness, the noticeability of hair loss increases by age so that by age 20, about 20% of people have at least some visible hair loss and by age 50, 50% of people have at least some noticeable hair loss. The majority of alopecia sufferers start noticing their hair loss in the mid to late twenties.
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