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Old April 9th 11, 01:24 PM
lesNeelagep lesNeelagep is offline
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male pattern baldness is a disorder that has an effect on the hair follicles, which are
alopecia areata piece of the skin from which hairs expand. In most cases, hair falls out in smaller, round patches about the dimensions of a quarter. The extent of the hair reduction
male pattern baldness varies in some instances, it is only in a number of spots. In other people, the hair loss can be larger. From time to time it can include the whole scalp (alopecia totalis) or even all the entire body and scalp (alopecia universalis). It is not possible to predict how considerably hair will be misplaced. Regrowth of hair in common alopecia areata is normal about a time period of months or, at times, years, but are unable to be guaranteed. The hair at times regrows white at least in the first instance. Additional hair reduction is not uncommon. In alopecia totalis and alopecia universalis the probability of complete regrowth is less.