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    My case is very strange. If its correct that its all about genetics, then how am i lossing, if i have no bald ancestors.
    My father was hair model, has full hair in 58; my mothers father was hair model, has full head of hair in 78; my fathers father died with hair. All brothers of my mothers father have hair with 60 and 70 years old. My grandmothers father died with hair.
    THEN HOW IT CAN BE GENETICS ?!
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    Androgenetic Alopecia is genetic. Not all forms of hair loss are androgenic alopecia though. Why are you concerned about hair loss?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tracy C View Post
    Androgenetic Alopecia is genetic. Not all forms of hair loss are androgenic alopecia though. Why are you concerned about hair loss?
    Tracy my friend in this same problem. If someone suffer thining when 22, than its sure sing!

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    Genetic hair loss has been known to skip generations. It may also be you are experiences some normal recession with aging. Usually if the hair loss was medically related the thinning would all over and not concentrated in one area. Any recent increase in stress or recent illness?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Glenn Charles View Post
    Genetic hair loss has been known to skip generations. It may also be you are experiences some normal recession with aging. Usually if the hair loss was medically related the thinning would all over and not concentrated in one area. Any recent increase in stress or recent illness?
    Glenn, thank you for reading.
    I have no ilness, but i am in MASSIVE stress due te knowledge about hair loss.
    How do my hair in first pic looks to you, and how in last?
    But what normal aging recession we are talking about if i am 22?

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    I do think your hairline looks stronger in the first photo compared to the last. It is not common , but it is possible to have a little hairline recession at a early age and not much happens after that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gascoigne View Post
    ...i am in MASSIVE stress due te knowledge about hair loss.
    Stress itself is one of the things that can cause hair loss. Stressing out over hair loss can make your hair fall out. Your situation is not bad. You are making it worse on yourself.



    Quote Originally Posted by gascoigne View Post
    But what normal aging recession we are talking about if i am 22?
    Males typically develop a normal mature male hair line. It is one of those things that happens when you transform from a boy to a man. As with any and all forms of androgenetic hair loss, the mature male hairline can develop any time after puberty.

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    I agree. However, if you notice it continuing to receed get in to see a hair restoration physician and try everything possible to slow down or stop the process. Keep an eye on it, but do not drive yourself crazy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Glenn Charles View Post
    I agree. However, if you notice it continuing to receed get in to see a hair restoration physician and try everything possible to slow down or stop the process. Keep an eye on it, but do not drive yourself crazy.
    Doc, whar about body hair transplant that dr.Umar do?

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    I do not think that Body Hair Transplants should be a patients first choice. I would be more inclined to reserve that more of a last resort.
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