I am approaching the age of 30 in 1 month. My dad had the balding pattern where you don’t necessarily recede, but rather it thins at the forelock and goes back and he started in his 20’s. I do not appear to have that pattern. Outside of my father, there appears to be no real history of hair loss. However, my hair doesn’t seem as thick as it was before, but I do not have a balding pattern. It has not receded over the years, nor has my crown thinned. Is it possibly just natural to have your hair thin as you age? Am I safe from MPB? Thanks!
I am not a fortune teller and we do not diagnose hair loss via blogs. In general Male Pattern Balding (MPB), you lose hairs in a “pattern”. In general most men see signs of MPB in their 20’s, but there is always exceptions to the rule.