Male balding is an ugly condition that can lead to a number of health problems.
It affects men’s hair and can cause bald patches on the scalp.
It can also be linked to a higher risk of heart disease, stroke and even cancer.
The National Health Service (NHS) advises that men who have bald patches should be screened for male pattern baldness (MPR) and treated with medication to help reduce the risk of developing it.
However, there are some treatments that can help.
Male bald patches have been linked to health problems, such as heart disease Male bald spots can also affect the health of the scalp, making it difficult to keep your scalp straight and prevent it from becoming greasy.
The NHS recommends that men with bald patches be screened and treated for MPR.
If they have symptoms, they should be seen by a doctor, who will also examine the scalp for signs of infection.
If the doctor suspects there may be a problem with the hair on the skin, the doctor will decide whether to try the following treatments: topical retinoids such as clindamycin and rosiglitazone, or topical gel creams that contain aloe vera.
Other treatments that may help with male bald patches include topical antibiotic cream, topical retinoic acid cream, facial mist, topical steroids and some facial wash products.
If you are worried about your hair, it is important to seek medical advice from a doctor.
You should also get your hair cut to help prevent hair loss and to help protect your scalp from damage.
If your scalp does become bald, you may need to use hair straighteners to prevent it growing back.
Other male baldness treatments Some male balding treatments may help reduce or prevent the bald patches that you see on your scalp.
These include: laser treatment to cut off hair growth and make your hair more manageable Female balding treatment Laser hair removal is a popular treatment for men with hair loss.
It involves cutting off hair that’s growing on the sides of your head and scalp.
The hair on your head may also be cut off.
The procedure involves using a laser to cut the hair off.
It’s a safe way of getting rid of hair.
If a hair growth problem occurs, a hair straightener can be used to stop the growth.
It may also help to prevent hair growth in other areas of your scalp, such the area where your chin meets your jawline.
Some men also have to use a hair transplant, which involves a hair graft that is cut into your scalp to give your hair back.
There are some side effects of male bald treatments, such a dryness and irritation of the hair follicles that can happen when the hair grows on your face and neck.
Hair transplant hair transplant can also cause a problem if the transplant is done at the wrong time, when you’re young or older.
Some hair transplants have been shown to cause hair loss, so be sure to check with your GP before you start.
If hair transplant hair grows back, it may require treatment.
Male scalp hair transplant The scalp is a place where hair cells grow.
They may be able to regenerate themselves by removing the hair from the scalp and regrowing it somewhere else.
This involves growing hair in the same area of the skin as the hair cell that’s being transplanted.
The transplant can then be removed, which can lead the cells to grow back into the new area.
Treatment options for male scalp hair transplanted Male scalp balding Treatment options may include topical corticosteroids, which are often used to treat bald patches and other scalp problems.
They are often given in a topical form, but they can also have a gel, cream or a spray to help them grow back.
It is not always safe for men to use topical cortics.
These can cause hair growth problems, especially if they’re used with alcohol.
They can also make your skin dry and make it difficult for you to breathe, making you more likely to get a cold.
It might also make you feel tired and itchy.
Treatment of male scalp bald patches Male scalp patches may need treatment to prevent them from growing back, including: topical cortisone cream to reduce or eliminate the hair growth Male scalp patch treatment topical cortico-anesthetic gel to help stop the hair growing on your hair and scalp Treatment of scalp hair loss The treatment of scalp baldness may also include hair transplans and hair transplant treatment.
Treatment for scalp hair growth Hair transplant treatments can be expensive, but it can also improve the appearance of your hair.
Treatment can include: hair transplanation to replace hair lost in bald patches or to prevent new hair from growing