I consulted with this 30 year-old man five years ago. At that time, he had frontal hair loss and did not want to take the drug Finasteride. The HAIRCHECK instrument showed no crown loss but today, five years later, he lost 50 percent of his hair in the crown since the test was last taken. Because his hair is so curly, you can’t see the crown loss very well in the photos, but had he taken the drug Finasteride, I doubt that he would have lost the crown hair had he taken the drug finasteride. The HAIRCHECK instrument is very sensitive in picking up early hair loss. He will go on the drug now to see if there is possible reversal of the crown loss which happens at times, but until a year passes, we will not know. He will get a hair transplant in the frontal area where the lines were drawn.
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