Let us locate your stage of baldness on the international Norwood’s scale and suggest the best medical hair loss treatments for every stage for reversing baldness stage-wise backwards! Will will not go into the science and mechanism of male pattern baldness in this video. We have discussed all these in our previous episodes – linked below.
Baldness is staged commonly using the International Norwood’s scale, the hair loss stages are described with a number ranging from 1 to 7 depending on the severity of hair loss.
Norwood Stage 1: This type describes the least amount of hair loss with an adolescent type of hair line. You can consider this normal unless you have a family history of male pattern baldness. If you have a family history closely monitor your hairline to determine if your hair loss develops into stage 2. Treatment for stage 1 baldness?
Norwood Stage 2: This stage means a small amount of hair loss with progression to the adult type of hair line. Here there is slight recession of hair line around the sides or temples.
Regarding Treatment for this stage. If you have family history, first consult a doctor to verify that your hair loss is caused by male pattern baldness. There is a good chance that, with treatment, you can regain most of your lost hair and prevent progression into stage 3. Treatment for stage 2 baldness?
Norwood Stage 3: This stage describes a mild to moderate amount of hair loss. This is the earliest stage of hair loss considered cosmetically significant enough to be called “baldness” according to Norwood scale. At this stage, most men show a deep bilaterally symmetrical recession of hairline at the temples that is sides, which are either completely void of hair or only sparsely covered with hair. This is the most important stage of norwood, because you must start treatment as early as possible to prevent progression into stage 3. Remember, The higher the stage, the more difficult the treatment is.
Treatment for stage 3 baldness?
Norwood Stage 4: This stage describes a moderate amount of hair loss. At this stage there is further deepening and recession at the front of the head as well as the temple areas. Hair loss at the crown is also prominent now and a thick bridge of hair will separate hair loss at the front of the scalp from that at the vertex or the crown of the head. Treatment for stage 4 baldness?
Norwood Stage 5: this stage marks the beginning of severe degree hair loss. In this stage, there remains only a thin separation between the loss of hair at the hairline and the loss of hair at the crown, the band of hair between the two is much thinner and narrower. Treatment for stage 5 baldness?
Norwood Stage 6: In this stage there is a large amount of hair loss. The bridge of hair that once separated the front of the head from the crown is now almost fully lost, only a few sparse strands may remain. Treatment for stage 6 baldness?
Norwood Stage 7: The most advanced stage of hair loss, Here, only a wreath of thin hair remains on the sides and back of the scalp. No treatment possible!
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