Spanish scientists have confirmed a link between premature baldness and an enlarged prostate, a condition associated with urinary frequency (flow problems). Men who have androgenetic alopecia (the most common form of baldness) are more likely to develop an enlarged prostate later in life. Fortunately there are treatments for both conditions. Check out the link below for information about the Spanish study.
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