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Laura asks…

How do you get tested for a specific gene linked to Male Pattern Baldness?

I heard on The Doctor’s Show, that, there is a specific gene linked to Male Pattern Baldness. If a person has that gene, that person has a 70% chance of becoming bald.

What’s that test called?

dancer.strippergods@yahoo.com answers:

You should look at your pedigree (family history) does your dad have the condition… Does your mom’s family has the condition… Etc…
Male pattern baldness is a sex dependent gene I(means dominant in males recessive in females… ) so if you get at lest one of the genes from a parent yo uwill get the condition (heterozygous..)

chromosome sequiancing can tell if you will have the condition but it’s hasn’t been done yet for humans..

Thomas asks…

Can male pattern baldness be foretold by baldness in babies?

This has interested me for some time now. I’ve noticed that, say, men who are now bald showed a receding-hairline hairline in baby pictures. Also, men who have full heads of hair now did not. I understand that when babies are infants/very young a lot of the time they are bald, and usually when their hair grows at this young age it tends to take on a hairline similar to that of male pattern baldness (to me). Especially in English males, their baby pictures take on the distinct shape of English male balding. I know this may be pretty ridiculous of me.

dancer.strippergods@yahoo.com answers:

It is. Male pattern baldness is a sex-linked trait, obviously, considering the name. Most likely, the male will end up being bald, despite the infant’s receding hair line.

Susan asks…

How do you know that you are experiencing male pattern baldness?

I’m 19 years old and I usually have lose a few hairs everyday. Not much but several stray hairs here and there… I was wondering if there are symptoms of male pattern baldness at my age? what age does MPB usually begin?

dancer.strippergods@yahoo.com answers:

We all lose hair on a daily basis. You are not unique in that sense. Most of us lose between 50-100 individual hairs per day.

The painful truth is most guys have noticeably thinner hair by age 35 and significant hair loss by age 50. The pattern usually begins with a receding hairline and may progress to bald spots on the top of the scalp. Mild to moderate hair loss affects about 50% of all men by the time they are 50. Male pattern hair loss results in either a receding hair line or thinning at the crown of the head. It occurs due to a chemical known as dihydrotestosterone (or “DHT”) which builds up around the follicle and eventually kills the follicle and the hair.

You’ll know that you’re experiencing male pattern baldness when you notice thinning of your hair. Take a pic of the top of your head and another of your hairline with your hair pulled completely back and away from your forehead. Do this once a year on your birthday or pick some other reminder.

Betty asks…

Do modern day solutions to male pattern baldness really work?

What causes male pattern baldness? If modern day solutions really work, why do so many men go untreated? Are there negative side effects? Does it depend on the type of hair you have? Which treatments are scams? thanks.

dancer.strippergods@yahoo.com answers:

The only treatment approved by the FDA is finasteride and minoxidil.

Finasteride is a synthetic antiandrogen that inhibits type II 5-alpha reductase, the enzyme that converts testosterone to dihydrotestosterone (DHT). This medication can only stop hair loss, if the hair has gone, it won`t bring it back. Side effects of finasteride include impotence (1.1% to 18.5%), abnormal ejaculation (7.2%), decreased ejaculatory volume (0.9% to 2.8%), abnormal sexual function (2.5%), gynecomastia (2.2%), erectile dysfunction (1.3%), ejaculation disorder (1.2%) and testicular pain.

Minoxidil is an antihypertensive vasodilator medication also known for its ability to slow or stop hair loss and promote hair regrowth. Common side effects of minoxidil include burning or irritation of the eye; itching; redness or irritation at the treated area; unwanted hair growth elsewhere on the body, severe allergic reactions (rash; hives; itching; difficulty breathing; tightness in the chest; swelling of the mouth, face, lips, or tongue); chest pain; dizziness; fainting; fast heartbeat; sudden, unexplained weight gain; swollen hands or feet. Ronically, hair loss is a common side effect of minoxidil treatment.[12] Manufacturers note that minoxidil-induced hair loss is a common side effect and describe the process as ‘shedding’. Although this phenomenon demonstrates that minoxidil is indeed affecting hair follicles, manufacturers offer no guarantee that the new hair loss will be replaced with hair growth.

The speculated reason for this “shedding” is the encouragement of hairs already in the telogen phase to shed early, before often beginning a fresh, healthier anagen phase.

But, there are people speculating that in the future there will be better treatments that are being developed by these companies: Follica, Histogen, Aderans and Trychoscience. Check this:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-12112673

http://www.follicabio.com/news/follica-co-founder-and-scientific-advisor-george-cotsarelis-md-publishes-new-research-on-hair-follicle-stem-cells-in-ithe-journal-of-clinical-investigationi-44/

Maria asks…

Is the stigma for male pattern baldness the same around the world compared to America?

I’m having the genes of male pattern baldness kick in at age 23. I am very aware of the stigma this brings living in America in 2008. Is there such an emphasis placed on mens hairlines in other countries around the world, say Europe for example? Do they spend as much as we do advertising and consuming “remedies” to deal with mens hair loss?

dancer.strippergods@yahoo.com answers:

No they are not that vain!!!

Mary asks…

What would you like to ask?how much effective ervamatin as treatment of male pattern baldness?

I want to use Ervamatin for my male pattern baldness. Now I’m somewhat confuse either it work or not.
some time i think it just lose my money. it’ll pleasing if Ervamatin can stop any further hair loss. Please answer.

dancer.strippergods@yahoo.com answers:

Ervamatin is a natural product, created exclusively to promote hair growth and prevent hair loss. Men and women of all ages with all types of capillary problems can use this revolutionary product. All the ingredients used in this formulation are recognized by the CTFA (The Cosmetic Toiletry and Fragrance Association based in New York – USA). It is also recognized and accepted by WHO (World Health Organization).
So go ahead……….Give it a try. You have nothing to lose.

James asks…

I’m 22 and my hair is start showing small signs of male pattern baldness, what to do?

i have hair thinning problem and small signs of male pattern baldness now..beginning from the hair around forehead, what can i do ? I did a little research and found ( “Rogaine” and “Minoxidil” etc.) will work? Is it too young to use the hair growth treatment? I DID NOT have any hair falling out every day.

Also which kind of shampoo should i use? I am now using head & shoulders dry scalp treatment 2 in 1.
should i take Biotin pills?

dancer.strippergods@yahoo.com answers:

Stop using a two in one shampoo immediately.

Sandy asks…

Does heat escpaing through your head have a relationship to male pattern baldness?

70% of body heat escapes through a human being’s head. Does this have a relationship with male pattern baldness?

dancer.strippergods@yahoo.com answers:

Yes, the heat loss thing is true (even if some might dispute the percentage loss), but has no effect on hair.

No, it’s not about baldness. Male pattern baldness often goes with high testosterone levels, which (ironically) go with bigfoot body hair, never sure where to stop shaving, and all that other furry stuff below the scalp. Testosterone also goes with intense sex drive, so stop bragging.

🙂

PS: Look at all the hot-headed guys with hair. No, it’s really just about male hormones.

Linda asks…

What ethnicities are least prone to male pattern baldness?

People in my family don’t suffer from male pattern baldness(immediate family)and I would like to keep it that way, I’m considering having children but I want the girl that I have them with to come from a family that doesn’t have a high likelihood of mpb, especially the kind where all the hair disappears from the top of the head and only the hair on the sides remain

dancer.strippergods@yahoo.com answers:

Native Americans.
Have you ever seen a bald Indian?

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