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    if you guys read the previous thread it also showed other pictures of my hairline and you will notice that it has not receeded any further. I was just worried that my crown was losing hair and obviously that is a stage of going bald.


    My hairline has been at that stage for a while and it does not seem to be getting any worse. I also do not notice any hair on my pillow, in the sink etc. Should?

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    This picture was taken five months ago.

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    Here are two new pictures I took today. I will never take propecia as I have heard horrible, horrible stories about the side effects. If I truely am going bald at 17 years old I will just have to cop yet another horrible truth to how bad my genetics are and just keep on moving forward.






    To me, it just looks like a normal crown...

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    If your hairline has not moved that is good. The only reason I mention your crown is because your hair looks very thick-above average- except for a slight area around the swirl. Also mine looked pretty close to that and my crown started sneaking up on me so don't want the same to happen to you.

    If it is something, the good news is that area is easier to fix than the front and will respond to medication better.

    Again, just take a look/picture every few months to be safe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrM View Post
    Here are two new pictures I took today. I will never take propecia as I have heard horrible, horrible stories about the side effects. If I truely am going bald at 17 years old I will just have to cop yet another horrible truth to how bad my genetics are and just keep on moving forward.






    To me, it just looks like a normal crown...
    Dude, stop worrying you're not going bald, everyone has thinner hair around the crown, it looks perfectly normal to me, and i look up pictures of this sort of thing all the time, now go out there get some girls and come back and join the rest of us in 30 years when you actually are going bald!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WashedOut View Post
    Sorry bro but last time I checked the FDA stated you have to be 18 or older to get on it. DHT is pretty important during development stages of life but not as important when you are fully developed.
    Don't males stop growing in height at 21? And then stop growing in general at 25?

    So why is 18 the age you have to be to start fin?

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    Can you guys stop quoting the humongous pictures? I'm trying to read posts here.

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