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Andropause and hairfall - a little spoken about topic

Dear readers,
I will take this opportunity to start a poll/survey.

For men between 45 to 75 years of age (or those that have undergone castration or gender change surgery).
Modern lifestyle, extreme stress, etc is leading to andropause at a younger age.

In this, the body’s production of testosterone (and DHT) drops.
If you have a family history of hairloss till Norwood 6, but experienced any of the above conditions… did it lead to reduction in hairloss.

Regards,
Dr. A

  1. No, hairloss progressed at its earlier pace
  2. Hairfall and hairloss stopped drastically
  3. Mild decrease in hairfall
  4. Hard to say