Mine seems to be a unique case as I have not found answers anywhere. Though I have seen many people with my condition.
I lived around 4 years in UK; where I used to shed a lot of hair. I do not shed hair anymore after migrating to a warmer climate.
Now I am left with a diffused patch on the top of my head. It is very unlike a male-pattern case. Before UK; I used to notice a little thinning. But now it is very prominent as my scalp reflects light from the top of my head. All other areas; including hairline have very thick hair. If I part my hair in the middle, the thinning top of my head is very clear.
If you wish I can send you some pictures. But my description sums it up. Any idea why some people have this form of hairloss? Thanks in advance.
It may just be coincidence or less stress in your life. Otherwise, you would see more bald men in the northern/southern poles and less in the equator. Clearly this is not the case. I can give you no medical explanation for this.