Hair loss at the back of the head tends to be caused by alopecia areata (spot baldness) and scalp trauma rather than male pattern balding.
Male hair loss rarely happens all at once, especially in the case of male pattern baldness. There are stages of hair thinning and hair loss to take into account. Let's take a moment right now to look a the basics of male pattern hair loss and the stages in which it occurs.
There are many different causes of hair loss in men that go beyond male pattern baldness. We'd like to take a moment to look at some of the most common causes of male hair loss and what can be done to remedy these issues.