Prince William Losing His Hair
Written by Stuart Stevens | Monday, 19 November 2007| There are 6 comments
Male pattern baldness is a condition that affects all types of people irrespective of whether they are royalty or mere commoners. If you need proof of this all you need to do is look at the heir to the throne of England, Prince William who at the early age of only 25 is already suffering from thinning hair and is regularly photographed with an increasingly growing bald patch.
Male pattern baldness can strike men in their late teens in some rare cases and Prince William was already beginning to see the milder effects of male pattern baldness at the age of twenty which is pretty unusual. Male pattern baldness is hereditary and in his case there are bald members of his family from the Windsor side of his family and also from the Spencer side of his family giving him a double dose of likelihood of suffering from the condition.
At Ukmedix News we would advise Prince William to get some professional help for his male pattern baldness and to do so sooner rather than later. The quicker that you get help for male pattern baldness the more likely your remedy is to be effective. Propecia for example works very well in men who have just started to experience male pattern baldness and is not so effective when bald patches have started to appear.
Prince William is unlucky to have inherited the balding gene of his family at such an early age. His father did not start to go bald until the age of 28 but his uncle Prince Edward was reported to have experienced thinning hair at the age of 21. Prince Harry however seems to have no problems in the hair department whatsoever however he can rest assured that the world's press will let him know the moment he does!
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