hair loss in men
The main reason for your hair loss might be Androgenetic Alopecia, commonly known as ‘male pattern baldness.’

It refers to shrinking of the hair follicle which is the part of hair beneath the skin surface.

As this disorder increases, follicles produce thinner hair and eventually stop producing hair shafts, the portion of hair that is visible to us.

Hair Growth Cycle

In men, the hairline starts receding to form an ‘M-shape’. As the condition progresses, the hair becomes shorter and thinner and forms ‘U-shape’ with very less hair on sides.
These images will help you
identify the severity of your hair loss.
male pattern baldness M shapemale pattern baldness U shape
Types of hair loss other than Androgenetic Alopecia (AGA)
There are other medical conditions that can lead to hair loss.
male pattern baldness Telogen effluvium

Telogen effluvium:

Sudden onset of shedding of hair caused due to severe infections, thyroid disorder, crash diet, etc.
male pattern baldness Alopecia Areata

Alopecia Areata:

Characterized by areas of non-scarring hair loss that range from single oval patches to multiple patches that can merge.
You may encounter Androgenetic Alopecia due to three factors



Androgens(Predominantly Male Hormones)



Fast Facts of Male Pattern Baldness

mintop baldness images
Up to 30% of men over the age of 30 develop male pattern baldness.
mintop aged images
Up to 50% of men over the age of 50 develop male pattern baldness.
mintop close relatives images
men are more likely to develop male pattern baldness if they have close relatives who had the condition.
mintop drugs images
Two drug treatments are approved by USFDA for the treatment of hair loss which includes finasteride and minoxidil.
Toll Free:
1800 3000 1041