A guaranteed way to avoid male pattern baldnessA scientific way to guarantee you won’t suffer from male pattern baldness has been revealed. However, before you get too excited, it’s most likely not going to be something you want to try!

Top Harley Street surgeon, Dr. Nilofer Farjo, has suggested a rather severe treatment. So what is this weird, scientifically proven male pattern baldness treatment she suggests? Castration!

Could castration really be the answer to male pattern baldness?

According to Dr. Farjo, eunuchs never go bald. So, undergoing castration would guarantee you would keep hold of thatthick head of hair. This is presumably because testosterone will no longer be able to be transferred into DHT.

However, for many men, this is a treatment option they are understandably going to be reluctant to get behind! This is especially true when you consider there are so many alternative treatments out there which don’t require you to lose any precious body parts!

What other treatment options are available?

If castration does seem a little too extreme, don’t worry you have plenty of other options! Just some of them include:

  • Medications
  • Hair transplant
  • SMP

Medications are a great option for those experiencing the early signs of male pattern baldness. Minoxidil for example, can really slow down the hair loss process and encourage healthy regrowth.

In more noticeable, severe cases, a hair transplant or SMP would be the preferred treatment options. Hair transplants can be expensive and way off budget for many men. However, SMP is a good option, especially if you’re looking for a more macho look.

Shaving the hair and having SMP will leave you with a very realistic looking shaved head. Thousands of tiny pigments inserted into the scalp leave behind a shaved head design that is almost impossible to detect.

So, there you have it. If you want to prevent male pattern baldness altogether then castration could be the price you have to pay. However, for those wary of going under the knife, there are plenty of other treatments available.