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10-04-2010, 09:03 AM
Hi guys,

Let me tell you about myself,

Im 20 and currently in univeristy and noticed for the past 2 years i have been losing hair just above my temples

Family history:

Both Grandpas had kind of full set of hairs, uncles on my mums side have full set of hair and so on my dad side except 2 of his brothers

and aswell as my dad was bald

and i was wondering if i was going bald too..

like i said just about my temple area ive been losing hair..

everywhere else i have strong thick hair checked the crown area and that is thick and full

here are some pics ill let you guys decide





10-05-2010, 09:04 AM
hey guys some opinions would help anyone?

10-05-2010, 09:11 AM
Looks like male pattern hair loss to me.

If you do have MPB then you must get on finasteride as soon as possible. The sooner the better chance of regrowth.

If you aren't educated about everything yet I highly suggest you start reading and posting more on forums like this and also definitely think about seeing your doctor for a finasteride prescription and to find out if you have MPB.

Just be very cautious all the time. A lot of people are trying to sell garbage that doesn't work.

Always come back to the forums and ask for an opinion, I am sure someone will know. Always google everything for reviews!

If I were you I would:

get on Finasteride 1mg/daily

start using Nizoral shampoo twice a week.

I would do that for a few months and if I want even more regrowth I would add minoxidil into my regimen.

10-05-2010, 10:50 AM
I always recommend that guys experiencing hairloss get on the medication as soon as possible, but propecia isn't always very good for the hairline. It can help, but it isn't as successful. Your hairline appears to be very low and it's only just separating from the temple points, which in case you aren't familiar with the lingo are the triangular bits that stick out into the sides of your forehead.

Propecia is probably a good idea, but you should be prepared to possibly lose a bit more of your hairline.