I am a 24 year old male. Overall my hairs are pretty dense and thick but i occasionally suffer from alopecia areata, where a small spot of baldness appears but always goes away with 100% recovery of all hair. This has happened 2 or 3 times with me in the past 5 years and always happens after times of stress.
The problem is whenever i get these spots the hair at my crown also thin out and after 2 or 3 episodes i have a fair bit of thinning at the crown.The spots themselves make a 100% recovery. My question is first of all is the thinning at the crown due to the alopecia areata condition and stress combined and not hereditary?
Furthermore I believe that I am only concerned about having a full head of hair till 35. After that i wouldnt care. Is there a possibility that i can have a transplant at the crown and create a master plan that can address my hair loss as it comes, if it comes? Cant young people in their twenties do something that helps them get their thinning crowns filled and also work out something for the future?
Last time I checked, our lives are not usually over at the age of 35. A Master Plan doesn’t stop in your mid-30s, as that would be a Partial Plan.
I do not know what type of hair loss you have. What you describe could be alopecia areata, but I do not know (especially since AA does not reoccur over and over on the crown). Hair loss from stress generally happen diffusely. If you do have alopecia areata or stress hair loss, a hair transplant is not recommended.
I’d love to hear from you 11 years from now when you’re 35 to see if you still feel the same way about your hair.