View Full Version : Fighting hairloss in my twenties.

12-04-2010, 06:03 AM
Hello BT community, I'd let to take a moment to introduce myself and my ongoing battle against hairloss. I'm currently 24 years old and I first noticed my hair changing a little bit around my temples when I was 22. Being me I instantly started panicing and didn't really know what to do. Maybe I paniced because I know the history of hairloss in my family? Pretty much both sides of my extended family are bald or balding and my father is completely bald at age 50 but he actually can pull it off. I was up and coming loving life and now I'm stuck worrying about my hair? This sucks badly. Anways it wasn't too bad, I think I blew it out of proportion because I'm always worried about my looks anyways. People have always told me I was a good looking guy which makes it ever more tough to lose my "looks" so to speak. I knew I had to do something, I talked to my dermatologist about propecia and quickly got on the med. If you have the ability and resources to attack your hairloss when you are you are young or just beginning to lose it , DO IT! So I've been on Propecia for almost two years now and its maintaining what I have and actually regrowing hairs on my hairline believe it or not. I really cannot say where I would be without Propecia or hairloss knowledge in general. I used to watch Spencers stream every Sunday via stickam and I really took his advice to heart. I knew I had to attack this problem and get on a drug ASAP. Anyways, for everyone on these forums and hairloss sufferers I feel you guys I know how it is, just hang in there. tty guys.

12-04-2010, 08:40 AM
few pics, full lighting, 8 mp camera

12-04-2010, 10:48 AM
few pics, full lighting, 8 mp camera

you lucky b*stard! You have SOO much hair! Can I borrow some? haha

12-04-2010, 11:05 AM
Looks to me like you can just get on with life and not worry about your hair. Keep an eye out for changes but don't obsess. Thanks for the Propecia success story. Hopefully this will encourage those who are wary of taking the drug.

12-04-2010, 12:31 PM
Good for you brutha!