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Prince Williams health: Experts discuss the royals hereditary hair loss – Express

Do you also suffer from what is known as male pattern baldness? Lead pharmacist Sonia Khan is convinced this caused Prince William‘s hair loss. Speaking exclusively to the Express.co.uk, she shares her expertise. “Male pattern baldness is a leading cause of hair loss and is a genetic problem. Prince Charles is also balding, as was Prince Phillip,” said Khan. “William started losing his hair quite young, but this is not something to worry about.”

Khan also advises against using high-heat styling tools, such as straighteners.

“Using a mild shampoo that is suitable for your hair type (such as dry hair) also helps to keep the hair healthy and strong,” said Khan. This makes the hair “less likely to fall out”.

If your current shampoo is the root cause behind the hair loss, changing it could make a difference.

Adding to the discussion is Dr Adam Friedmann, who said “it is clear” that Prince William “suffers from male pattern baldness”.

“This condition is also referred to as androgenetic alopecia,” the doctor elaborated.

Male pattern baldness typically progresses in one of three ways: a receding hairline; thinning of the hair on the crown; and hair thinning all over the top of the head.

“The key is to catch it as early as possible. Ideally, as soon as you notice any thinning or loss of hair,” said De Friedmann.

“The sooner you can begin treatment the greater your chance of achieving a good recovery.”

Dr Friedmann advises people with male pattern hairless to try Finasteride and minoxidil.

“Finasteride is a tablet that can help slow things down or even reverse it a little bit,” said Dr Friedmann.

Meanwhile, minoxidil “tends to improve the blood supply thus improving hair growth”.

Joining the panel of experts is Dr Fiona Worship, who stated that male pattern hair loss “affects around half of all men over the age of 50”.

“Although for many, like Prince William, it begins much earlier in life,” she added in.

Dr Worship mentioned that stress can be a “big contributor” to several forms of hair loss.

“It is sensible to try to look at stressors in your life and reduce these or offset them with something enjoyable and relaxing where possible,” she advised.

“Hair loss can have an extremely negative effect on our psychological wellbeing,” said Dr Worship. “My advice is to seek help early if hair loss is concerning you.”

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