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Male pattern baldness is one of the most common reasons for male hair loss. Mostly caused by genetics, male pattern baldness causes the hairline to recede and the crown to thin, causing men to typically lose their hair in one of several common patterns over the course of many decades. The best way to measure male pattern baldness is by using the Norwood scale which provides images that indicate different stages of balding. Around 50% of men over the age of 50 will have suffered with some form of male pattern baldness, sometimes starting as young as their teenage years.