Hello there doctors
I was having my haircut when my hairdresser pointed out a bald spot just on the left of my crown, there is only one at this time, the size of a pea, its smooth, slightly raised and feels tough. She said it has about 10-15 hairs sprouting through and can see small holes where follicles are. I am 18 with a juvenile hairline and no signs of miniaturisation. 2 years a go my GP said i had a keratin horn near that location but he has since retired, could you shed some light on what the possibilities may be?
Thank you for your time
A pea-sized, slightly raised bald spot where 10 to 15 hairs are sprouting? I have no clue what it could be. If your physician has retired, I’d seek out another physician for an exam. Perhaps a dermatologist would be your best bet. Based on your description though, it does not sound like male pattern balding.