View Full Version : balding on crown?

09-28-2016, 01:14 PM
Never really paid much attention to my crown before. Do you guys think this is balding? Thanks in advance.

09-28-2016, 02:09 PM
Hi. I am not really the one to give advice, because I have just signed up in here, but from what everything i have read and seen (on myself)...that could be a sign bald starting, but anyway your hair is so full! did it always look like that or was it more circle-ish...anyway, if the problem is only on the crown...you could start some minoxidil treatment for it can do wonders for that area....but attention, started minox has proven in some cases to make it worse (i guess it's like the lottery). best it would be first to try and determine if it always looked like that or not and check your hairline for any small receding. Anyway, i think you are fine, for me, when it started, the whole balding area first turned one tone lighter (people were asking me if i dye my hair)

09-28-2016, 02:14 PM
Thanks for the reply. I'm not really sure what my crown ever looked like to begin with. This is the fist time I've really ever paid any attention to it.

09-28-2016, 02:53 PM
Hello Ouu2fan85, welcome to this great forum, the BTT !
(ive been here since 2010)
I have to say at this point in time that, you do not have a balding crown.
It looks more like it your crown area may be only maturing at this point in your life.
I am SURE that NO ONE around you has noticed or seen any balding on your scalp!
Ouu2fan85, how old are you now?
That is an important thing to know about you.
I am always on here to try to help others with only commonsense.
When I first joined the BTT back in 2010, it was because my hairline was really starting to recede and become bald, and so I was hoping to find out what could be done to improve or fix my scalp.
The good thing is that I have always been ACCEPTING of how the hair might be.
I would never ALLOW myself to become worried, depressed or 'destroyed' by it.
I would always want to live my life in a positive way regardless of anything in life.
That is why I decided to stay on here to try to help others.
I want you to know that depression, worry and stress can and would cause serious issues to your scalp.(and eventually to your health too)
So again, how old are you and how are you feeling?

09-28-2016, 03:01 PM
Thank you for the advice. It means a lot that there is a place like this to get advice. I'm 31 years old I'll be turning 32 in January.

09-28-2016, 03:38 PM
Hi again!
Right now I'm on my smartphone.
Normally I always respond when I'm on my Computer.
Thank you for letting me know how old you are.
Being that you're 31 years old now, i'm sure that you have proper foresight now.
A persons brain doesn't stop growing until one has grown into the mid to late 20s!
At that age ones brain has that full Neocortex!!
You have it bro!!
Having proper foresight helps you to except the realities of life.
Let me know how your emotions are right now. No one would criticize you for this!!
Have a good day

09-28-2016, 09:25 PM