The early appearance of baldness indicates the possible occurrence of adenomas

Australian scientists have conducted studies among 9448 men in the age group from 40 to 69 years who have started to go bald at a very early age. The results showed that those men, who began to go bald before age 40 years, more likely to have their prostate adenoma. The occurrence of the disease, scientists associated with a large amount of the hormone testosterone, which slows down the process of hair growth on the head.

According Wibblepost, those men that have oblately to forty years, are prone to the development of adenomas in the next 20 years. Conducted one year before the study also came to similar conclusions. It was a biopsy of the prostate, which revealed a greater tendency to the occurrence of cancer in bald men, in relation to the holders of hair.

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