Hair Loss (Men)

Male pattern baldness, otherwise known as hair loss, affects about 90 percent of men. Your hair might start to disappear from your temples and from the crown of your head. This process can even start in the late teenage years. For most men, male pattern baldness often starts in their late 20s and in their 30s.

Male pattern baldness is usually inherited; however, there are some other reasons for hair loss (e.g. an iron deficiency, stress, an underactive thyroid, a fungal scalp infection or the use of some prescribed medicines).
If you are in any way worried about hair loss, then speak to your IPSA pharmacist or see your IPSA physician.