So, let’s say my maternal grandfather never went bald (His hair is white and thinning at age 75+, but had good hair most of his adulthood), but my maternal uncle is bald at 40+. My dad’s side all have decent hair. His hair is a little thin now as he is just as old as my maternal grandfather, but still enough that he still needs to get a haircut sometimes. What are my chances of going bald if my maternal uncle is balding but not my maternal grandfather? I have inherited my dad’s hairy body, but I’m not sure about testosterone sensitivity on the scalp.
There is no way to determine your risks of inheriting the balding genes.