My hair right now is very thick, and my hairline is a Norwood 0-1.5 depending on who looks at it. But sometimes when I’m showering and also when I put gel in my hair, I notice that some of the hairs that shed are very thin. They are so thin that they are hard to see unless you are looking for them. Other hairs that shed are very thick and can be felt on my hands, while the thin ones can’t. Is this a bad sign?
You may be seeing miniaturized hairs that are falling out. Miniaturization is part of the early balding process. A good video microscope purchased from Amazon for under $20 can tell you if you are miniaturizing. You can read my many posts on miniaturization on BaldingBlog.com (https://baldingblog.com/?s=miniaturization+hand+microscope&x=0&y=0).