by April Reinhardt
(last updated September 5, 2008)
Caused by vulnerability to androgens—male sex hormones—in parts of the scalp, male hair loss is most times hereditary. Affecting millions of men, especially those nearing middle age, hair loss has men looking for ways to retard their hair loss, or find remedies for hair regrowth and restoration. Some options for men wanting to correct hair loss are oral medication, topical treatments, hair transplants, and hair pieces and weaves.
Whichever option you choose, make sure that it fits your lifestyle. If you find little success with one, try another. When using topical treatments and oral medication, you may experience more hair loss at first, with regrowth occurring a few weeks later. If you decide upon a hair piece, you need to know that it will eventually lose its natural look over time, and will need to be replaced. And as your hair color changes, your hair weave or piece needs to change, as well.
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