Originally Posted by 25 going on 65
This happens from taking T only? That's really interesting. I wonder if the same genes are responsible for male and female pattern baldness, but T levels cause the pattern to express itself differently?
btw I read up on your comment about the BASP system of hair loss classification. Very interesting man. And it applies to men and women both.
Interesting...I never thought of it that way and I really don't know. Most of what I have read over the years has said that mothers have the gene without it being expressed and can pass it on to their children, but who knows for sure. I don't FPB is well understood to be honest.
Yea I am glad they are trying to fix norwood as it missed many of us who don't quite fit.
I have seen another journal article that is tracking mpb in ftm's . I just skimmed it but it basically said the longer on t+older age= higher NW which makes sense.