Why balding at 30 years old isn’t uncommon!

Aug 5, 2022

We all know that balding is a problem that affects a lot of men, but what many people don’t realize is that it can start as early as 30 years old. The first signs of balding may be subtle, but they can be very alarming if you don’t know what to look for.

So here are some common signs of balding at 30 years old:

1. Hairline receding.

This is one of the most common signs of male pattern baldness (MPB). When it comes to hair loss in men, MPB accounts for over 95% of cases. It starts with an area on the top/crown of your head where hair begins to thin out and retreat. Over time, this area will gradually get larger until it covers the entire top/crown of your head and maybe even extends down your forehead.

2. Hair loss in patches on top/crown of the head and on the sides.

If you notice that there are patches on your head where there used to be plenty of hair and now there’s less than there used to be, then you might have patchy male pattern baldness (PPMB). PPMB can happen in addition to MPB or independently from it; either way it’s something that you should be aware of and it’s something that your doctor can help with.

When it comes to the symptoms of balding at the age of 30, it’s not common to see in men across the country. Here at MHR Clinic, we have a range of services both non surgical and surgical that can help with the prevention and restoration of your hair.

It is becoming far more common to explore the advantages of a hair restoration journey with adults in the UK, chat to a member of our leading team to see the amazing benefits that our procedures can do for you.

MHR Clinic uses highly skilled, experienced and dedicated surgeons, who are members of ISHSR (International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery), the General Medical Council and who are accredited by other important medical and surgical bodies.

If you want to understand more about hair transplant processes, our knowledgeable consultants are happy and waiting to help you. Telephone 01565 745 344 or contact MHR Clinic through this contact page.