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Why do men lose hair on the top of their heads but not the back and sides?

Men who suffer from male pattern baldness (MPB) due to androgen hormones always lose their hair in a very clear pattern — it recedes at the front (specifically at the temples) and thins at the crown. But why is this? Why do these areas thin while the back and the sides can remain thick for many years?

3 Weird Rules for Stopping Male Pattern Baldness

In the many years I’ve spent researching hair loss and the key mechanisms of hair growth I have come to realise 3 crucial, yet seemingly wacky ‘rules’ to live by in order to prevent male pattern baldness. Before you read these I want you to know that you don’t need to live by these rules […]