Does a mature hairline lead to balding?

When my hairline matured/progressed to NW2 in like 2015 the hairs around my hairline also became very thin and they still are today but with not a single sign of recession since. I literally have not lost any hair in 4-5 years but my hairline is thinned out.

Is this just a mature hairline/normal stuff? It seems really strange because it kinda looks significantly thinner at the front but as I said I haven’t lost hair in years. Thanks in advance.

Mature hairlines do not lead to balding in many men (easily 50% of the male population) who don’t have the balding genes; however, you can have balding present by detecting (1) a receding hairline that is more than a mature hairline, (2) thinning in the hairline, (3) balding elsewhere on your head. These are variations of genetic balding.

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