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A baldcel is a man who experiences norwooding. His baldness contributes to his inceldom. Baldcels often try to cope with various shampoos, but the most desperate ones get hair transplants.

It can be prevented by taking Finasteride at early stages.


For the prevention of hair loss, 5-α-reductase inhibitors such as Finasteride or Dutasteride are commonly prescribed to balding men. These substances lower DHT, a potentiated version of the male sex hormone, testosterone, which is generally considered to be the main cause of male pattern baldness among men who are genetically sensitive to it. On the other hand, these drugs also can increase estrogen levels and may have side effects, most generally the lowering of libido, in rare instances. As DHT is important in maintaining several physiological functions, some have claimed these drugs can have more insidious effects over time, though they are generally considered reasonably safe.

Attractiveness or lack thereof[edit]

Research indicates that bald men are rated as significantly less attractive than men with full heads of hair, however, the general effect size is small. In this study, baldness was also associated with greater perceptions of dominance and masculinity, but it also had a fairly large practical effect on perceptions of these men's age, on average adding 4 years to rater's estimates of the age of men with fully shaved heads.

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Bald manlet rejected by all women on takemeout[edit]

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