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    First signs of male balding help!

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    I am starting to see the first signs of thinning and a bald spot on my husband. He's only 27, are there any vitamins or certain nutritional tips that would help slow this process? He has beautiful curly hair and I hate to see him lose it

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    Has he eliminated all processed food?
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    Do you know if any of his family members experienced baldness at an early age? Specifically his mother's father...?

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    Not yet, we have been slowly transitioning to primal but we are on the road most weekends and have slip ups.

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    I'm not sure about his mother's father, I never knew him, I do know his dad has had thin hair for a long time but he keeps it buzzed so it's not as noticable.

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    If there were a legitimate answer to this "problem" someone would have made billions off of it. Aside from stress or certain diseases and medical treatments it is perfectly natural and 27 is about the time it starts to be noticeable. My advice, cut it short.
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    Yeah if it's genetic, and most baldness is, then there's very little he can do, especially once the balding actually starts. My SO is 29 and his hair started thinning a couple of years ago, too. Protein and vitamin E helps prevent further hair loss but that bald spot isn't going to go away

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    As others have said, male pattern baldness is genetic. My hair started thinning when I was 20 and soon after than I began shaving my head. Luckily enough, I think I look better like this (and the ladies seem to agree). Do you think your hus could pull off the shaved head thing?
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    oddly enough it is said too much Testosterone contributes to MPB
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    Shave it! There is nothing more manly than a shaven head! Just look at the alternatives here, comb over...no, spray on hair....no, rogain....it can work but takes time and money would rather just shave the head, cutting the hair shorter as you get more bald.......you will end up shaving it anyways

    If he needs tips on shaving the head I can help, been doing it for 12 years now and it comes out perfect every time!

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