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    Me again with more picture.... at this point I don't know what to think about
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    Just wax it bro

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnMPB View Post
    Just wax it bro
    haha John

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    Quote Originally Posted by christophermitchell View Post
    Hi everyone,
    Sorry for my English it's not my first language. I'm 23 years old and I'm receding till my 18. I've been on finasteride for almost 3 years but my hairline keep receding. So I've jump on rogaine foam and nizoral shampoo for maintain or maybe have some regrowth...Family history, my dad is a solid nw1 in his fifties but I have 2 uncle on my mother side who are nw 4 and they are like 30ish...

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    You need to get a hair bulk analysis and hair mapping for miniaturization. I am not sure if you are balding.

    miniaturization mapping described in detail: http://www.bernsteinmedical.com/rese...eo-microscopy/

    hair check tool for hair bulk analysis described in detail: https://baldingblog.com/2010/11/11/h...bulk-analysis/

    Rassman and Bernstein are original old school heavy hitters in the field. These are things that should be universally practiced by hair restoration surgeons. "Eyeballing" it is not enough to make accurate predictions of future patterns or even see early stages of loss. Objective and empirical data is needed to make the most educated decision in terms of a
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    I've just turn 24 recently and I'm thinking about getting a hairtansplant, maybe not now but eventually I will... I have the feeling that I lost some grounds there

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    Quote Originally Posted by christophermitchell View Post
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    I've just turn 24 recently and I'm thinking about getting a hairtansplant, maybe not now but eventually I will... I have the feeling that I lost some grounds there
    Don't see a lot of difference but it was only 2 months. If your not on meds now is the time. Also you don't want to have a HT if the men in your family are NW 6 or 7 without trying to stabilize your hairloss first. Otherwise you are in a loop of trying to chase getting more hair and by the time the transplants grow you have lost just as much as grew in.

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    My dad have a norwood 1 and he's 52 year old....my uncles on my mother side are bald, like norwood 5 ish, I think im following the path of my uncles haha but I'm already on fin and minox so I could try to slow down the hairloss I guess

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    You have a perfectly normal head of hair for a 24 year old.

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    But a u shape of the hairline, doesn't mean a pattern of Baldness?

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    You are 24 and experiencing possibly the EARLIEST level of hairloss. Heres the thing, it may never go past this. With these things you can never tell. Listen to your dermatologist, your doctor recognizes this is the possibly the earliest sign because lets be honest here its SO common for guys to lose hair, most do in fact. WIth that being said you are in a wonderful position to treat it and put this out of your mind for years to come. If you're worried stay with the treatment, and know youre tackling the problem with a very effective medication. You have a great hairline a little recession can look refined.

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