I am an 18 year old male who noticed a “somewhat” maturing hairline. I took the measurements you stated and the front part of my hairline and right corner match (1-1 1/2 in.) My concern is my left corner is possibily thinning. When i push up the left corner of my hair i see some thinned hairs and some scalp because the hair weaves in oppisite directions when i push it up. I am concerned if the left corner will continue to thin and shed and lead to MPB thank you docter
We do not bald symmetrically and it is not unusual for one side to go faster than the other. The same is true for the maturation of the hairline — initially more on one side than the other. Eventually the slower side will catch up. You should get your hair mapped out for miniaturization to get a diagnosis and find out if you are balding or just maturing your hairline.