Our expert says:
Hallo Concerned mom
I think the best thing would be is to get an appointment with a dermatologist for him, as he may have an underlying medical cause, like a fungal infection, low thyroid hormone levels or an autoimmune disease. He also needs to have a look at the acne area as he may need to take antibiotics or roaccutane for a few months to prevent this. Male pattern baldness tend to happen in the front and the crown, not at the temples or back of the head, so this makes me think that there is an underlying problem.
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