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    Default Im very depressed now..Scorpion is right

    Scorpion is right.

    I have seen guys who are otherwise average looking, looks get completely destroyed by hairloss.

    For a long time, I thought that I wouldn't be one of these guys, my worst nightmare is slowly coming true.

    I have seen my hair receed, receed , receed. Thinking "oh its nothing, just a mature hairline right? It will stop"

    Until styling my hair becomes an absolutely nightmare.

    I am often late to meetings, because I am spending that extra time, trying to find a hairstyle which looks presentable. Even then it doesn't look amazing. I remember the days, where I would style my hair and just leave. Actually there was period of my life where my hair was the best thing about me, and I knew it.

    Tired of this shit.

    My friend took a photo of me yesterday, and was like:

    "your hard to photograph"

    - it was due to my hair. My hair was pushed up, making my forehead exposed.

    Sigh so depressed. From my cousins, I am the only one hit by this shit. Can't concentrate properly on work these days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeahyeahyeah View Post
    Scorpion is right.

    I have seen guys who are otherwise average looking, looks get completely destroyed by hairloss.

    For a long time, I thought that I wouldn't be one of these guys, my worst nightmare is slowly coming true.

    I have seen my hair receed, receed , receed. Thinking "oh its nothing, just a mature hairline right? It will stop"

    Until styling my hair becomes an absolutely nightmare.

    I am often late to meetings, because I am spending that extra time, trying to find a hairstyle which looks presentable. Even then it doesn't look amazing. I remember the days, where I would style my hair and just leave. Actually there was period of my life where my hair was the best thing about me, and I knew it.

    Tired of this shit.

    My friend took a photo of me yesterday, and was like:

    "your hard to photograph"

    - it was due to my hair. My hair was pushed up, making my forehead exposed.

    Sigh so depressed. From my cousins, I am the only one hit by this shit. Can't concentrate properly on work these days.
    Your loss isn't bad at all, you're a thick NW2. Why don't you just wear your hair down?

    I do understand it's upsetting that you can't style your hair exactly as before, but realise you still have good hair for your age.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeahyeahyeah View Post
    Scorpion is right.

    I have seen guys who are otherwise average looking, looks get completely destroyed by hairloss.

    For a long time, I thought that I wouldn't be one of these guys, my worst nightmare is slowly coming true.

    I have seen my hair receed, receed , receed. Thinking "oh its nothing, just a mature hairline right? It will stop"

    Until styling my hair becomes an absolutely nightmare.

    I am often late to meetings, because I am spending that extra time, trying to find a hairstyle which looks presentable. Even then it doesn't look amazing. I remember the days, where I would style my hair and just leave. Actually there was period of my life where my hair was the best thing about me, and I knew it.

    Tired of this shit.

    My friend took a photo of me yesterday, and was like:

    "your hard to photograph"

    - it was due to my hair. My hair was pushed up, making my forehead exposed.

    Sigh so depressed. From my cousins, I am the only one hit by this shit. Can't concentrate properly on work these days.
    I just seen your pictures you put up and your hair is fine. You know how many guys would kill to have your thick hair...you should appreciate what you have and you could always rock bangs to cover up your hairline...many of us don't even have that option.

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    Thanks for your support guys.

    I guess it is the fear of it getting worse more then anything.

    Bangs don't suit me, hair pushed up always has - but I may just do that anyway.

    Sent my pics to hasson and wong, for a consultation.

    See what they say.

    I really empathize btw with all hairloss sufferers. Shit thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeahyeahyeah View Post
    "your hard to photograph"

    - it was due to my hair. My hair was pushed up, making my forehead exposed.

    Sigh so depressed. From my cousins, I am the only one hit by this shit. Can't concentrate properly on work these days.
    Buzz or shave. You'll look better; promise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeahyeahyeah View Post
    Tired of this shit.
    You do need to learn how to pay attention - but not to those insane rants that scorpion throws out there. That is all very non-productive unhelpful nonsense. Get yourself away from your keyboard and go see a specialist.

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    you're not balding at all, your hairline is barely mature, get a life dude...because you have a perfectly thick head of hair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jman91 View Post
    you're not balding at all, your hairline is barely mature, get a life dude...because you have a perfectly thick head of hair.
    Yeah I guess you are right. Hair looks good when hairline is not so exposed. Bangs are doing the trick.

    Might spend less time on here. Driving me nuts. Only come here to see what new treatments there are.

    Checked pics from 2 years ago hairline is still the same. *touch wood*

    A keto shampoo, and toco 8 should help me maintain. Shedding v little.

    Sent pics to a few HT doctors, will see what they say.

    With that said, amazing how nobody here seems to know what a mature hairline is.

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    amazing how nobody here seems to know what a mature hairline is.
    Plenty know what it is. Most refuse to accept the reality of it. Ignoring reality is not helpful.

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