Thanks for taking my question. By what age can a man be (relatively) certain that he will not be balding in his lifetime?
Added detail: I am a 26 year old man, with a slight mature hairline, but no balding anywhere else. I am just wondering what age I will be when I can rest assured that, if I have not already gone bald, I probably won’t. (My father and eldest brother are bald, but my two other older brothers are not).
Around 50% of the male population will not bald. If you want to know if there is any suggestion of balding at your present age of 26, the bulk and density measurements in our office will give you a good idea.
Some people lose hair in their 20s, some in their 30s, some in their 40s, etc, etc. It depends on your genetics if you’ll experience male pattern baldness and what age you’ll see it.