I am a 28 year old man. I have been losing hair since my late teens. It has been mentioned to me as male pattern baldness by doctors I visited. Over the years, the baldness has become more visible and I now comb my hair staight down. I am getting increasing uncomfortable with my baldness. I am wondering what the best option for me would be. I recently visited HairClub and they said that I should not consider hair transplantation at such an early age as I might exhaust the donor area supply and would have permanent bald spots down the line when male pattern baldness takes full effect. Also, I am scared at the idea of having an incision on my head. What advantages does your organization have over a place like others (honestly I don’t even more of any other reputed transplantation shops)? Please provide advice as to the best course of action for me. Thanks
It does not sound like good advice you got. You need a diagnosis and a good doctor who will map out your scalp for miniaturization. With this done, at age 28 you may be able to predict much of your future hair loss. Then you and a good doctor will be able to develop a Master Plan, which will incorporate medications and transplants (if needed). I suspect that the person you visited wanted to sell you a hair system (also known as a wig), so the financial interests were driven by the salesman’s agenda. If you saw a doctor and he did not evaluate you as I said above, then he/she would be no more value to you than a used car salesman. If you are in California, come visit me. Otherwise, send me photographs and lets talk. I do offer telephone consultations as well.