Are men who don’t grow beard or body hair less likely to bald?
It is possible that this is just delayed growth of beard or body hair in a person in their late teens or very early 20s, and the beard and body hair may eventually grow in. If there are no autoimmune causes for the absence of this hair, then I would suspect that your genetic cards will play out normally. In other words, the lack of body/beard hard is unrelated to eventual scalp balding. There is a possibility of a reduced DHT level, which can be tested by your doctor. This test can measure if you make DHT or not, but I suspect you will find that you do.