Is bald hair hereditary?

Martinsx

Member
I have come across some people presume to have gotten their bald hair inherited from their parents especially their father but I'm not sure and as such would like to learn more on the subject.
On some occasions, it would appear that bald hair is passed down from parents to their offspring because I have seen a family where all the sons are with bald hair.

What is your opinion on this subject?
 

Jackie

Well-known member
It is more common for this to be hereditary with men than it is with women.

While I am not entirely sure that it is this simple, I still feel there is more to it than just being born with the genes for it. I think that in many cases, it comes down to making the same mistakes your grandfather and father did, diet-wise.
 

Martinsx

Member
It is more common for this to be hereditary with men than it is with women.

While I am not entirely sure that it is this simple, I still feel there is more to it than just being born with the genes for it. I think that in many cases, it comes down to making the same mistakes your grandfather and father did, diet-wise.
I have actually witnessed some men whom none of his parents (father) and even close blood relatives never had bald hair but he's got one. So, I keep wondering why or what led to his own case because on most cases it's presumed that bald hair is inherited and passed down from generation to generation.
 
In the medical language, hereditary rash refers to the pattern of hair loss, ie, the thinning of the hair from the middle of the head of the adult boys and the hair on the two sides of the forehead and the hair at one point becoming empty. The reason for this rash is that the testosterone, the hormone, becomes dihydrotestosterone (DHT) in those areas of the skin of the head, and the effect of DHT is first on thick hair, then on thin hair and hair follicles (hair follicles) drying out completely. An enzyme was needed to turn the testosterone hormone into DHT. The enzyme is named 3-alpha reductase. Therefore, the efficacy of A1-alpha reductase is higher in the skin of the head, it is the national gait. Whether this functionality is more or less depends on genetics. That is, on hereditary influence. That is why this national money is called hereditary money. That is, if the father has a spit on his head, the risk of falling on the boy's head increases. One of the new treatments in the medical sciences is to not allow the 3-alpha reductase enzyme to be effective. As a result, DHT can not be formed from the testosterone and if the DHT is not formed, the root of the hair will not dry out and the hair will not fall off. The scientific name for the drug is finasteride.
 

Kaila Canning

New member
The answer is yes as well as no, it may be hereditary or it may be due to some internal body problems like deficiency of any vitamin or any other reason. You must visit a doctor first without making any perception of your own. If you want to try to cure it on your own you must have to follow a strict rich diet available to cure natural baldness. If diet would solve your problem it will be great for you but if diet would not then you will have to visit a hair specialist.
 

Onion

New member
I have actually witnessed some men whom none of his parents (father) and even close blood relatives never had bald hair but he's got one. So, I keep wondering why or what led to his own case because in most cases it's presumed that bald hair is inherited and passed down from generation to generation.
His son will definitely have it then. He began the bald hair generation from his time 😂
 

Manchild

New member
In the medical language, hereditary rash refers to the pattern of hair loss, ie, the thinning of the hair from the middle of the head of the adult boys and the hair on the two sides of the forehead and the hair at one point becoming empty. The reason for this rash is that the testosterone, the hormone, becomes dihydrotestosterone (DHT) in those areas of the skin of the head, and the effect of DHT is first on thick hair, then on thin hair and hair follicles (hair follicles) drying out completely. An enzyme was needed to turn the testosterone hormone into DHT. The enzyme is named 3-alpha reductase. Therefore, the efficacy of A1-alpha reductase is higher in the skin of the head, it is the national gait. Whether this functionality is more or less depends on genetics. That is, on hereditary influence. That is why this national money is called hereditary money. That is, if the father has a spit on his head, the risk of falling on the boy's head increases. One of the new treatments in the medical sciences is to not allow the 3-alpha reductase enzyme to be effective. As a result, DHT can not be formed from the testosterone and if the DHT is not formed, the root of the hair will not dry out and the hair will not fall off. The scientific name for the drug is finasteride.
Make it brief. We only need the main content.
 

Just a Kid

New member
I have come across some people presume to have gotten their bald hair inherited from their parents especially their father but I'm not sure and as such would like to learn more on the subject.
On some occasions, it would appear that bald hair is passed down from parents to their offspring because I have seen a family where all the sons are with bald hair.

What is your opinion on this subject?
In some cases, it is hereditary which makes it easier for the kids of the parents involved to have bald hair as well.
 

Tom Bans

New member
I have come across some people presume to have gotten their bald hair inherited from their parents especially their father but I'm not sure and as such would like to learn more on the subject.
On some occasions, it would appear that bald hair is passed down from parents to their offspring because I have seen a family where all the sons are with bald hair.

What is your opinion on this subject?
Yes, of course.
 
In the medical language, hereditary rash refers to the pattern of hair loss, ie, the thinning of the hair from the middle of the head of the adult boys and the hair on the two sides of the forehead and the hair at one point becoming empty. The reason for this rash is that the testosterone, the hormone, becomes dihydrotestosterone (DHT) in those areas of the skin of the head, and the effect of DHT is first on thick hair, then on thin hair and hair follicles (hair follicles) drying out completely. An enzyme was needed to turn the testosterone hormone into DHT. The enzyme is named 3-alpha reductase. Therefore, the efficacy of A1-alpha reductase is higher in the skin of the head, it is the national gait. Whether this functionality is more or less depends on genetics. That is, on hereditary influence. That is why this national money is called hereditary money. That is, if the father has a spit on his head, the risk of falling on the boy's head increases. One of the new treatments in the medical sciences is to not allow the 3-alpha reductase enzyme to be effective. As a result, DHT can not be formed from the testosterone and if the DHT is not formed, the root of the hair will not dry out and the hair will not fall off. The scientific name for the drug is finasteride.
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