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About Dcormsby

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Hair Loss Overview

  • What Best Describes Your Goals?
    Maintain Existing Hair
    I'm here for support

Hair Loss Treatments

  • Have you ever had a hair transplant?
  • Current Non-Surgical Treatment Regime
    Propecia (Finasteride)
  1. Hello again all. I am 27 years old and I have been looking at my crown for the last year. My hair has been long (over 4 inches) in length the last year or so, and I just cut my hair short today. I am looking at my crown, and just wanted to get an expert's opinion on if anyone see any signs of hair loss in the crown area. Also, I have my same hairline since I was in my early 20's. Thanks in advance, Damon
  2. What do you guys think about my hairline? Photos taken in natural light.
  3. Thanks for all the advice It's really not a joke. I have read that a lot of people, with family history of hairloss, will start taking propecia to keep the hair they have, even if they show little signs of loss. Is this not accurate?
  4. You know, I started propecia, took it for about 2 months, and wondered why I was even taking it. I have been off of it for about a week now. I am still on the fence as to if I should start on it, and stay on it.
  5. Hey guys, first of all, thanks for all of the input and replies to my posts, it's greaty appreciated! Just wanted to show you all some images of my hairline at 21 compared to 26. I always compare the top forehead wrinkle to the start of my hairline. Might have creeped up a little (might be making mountain out of mole-hill), but I would like an unbiased opinion to compare the two sets of images. One is marked with me at 21 years old and 26 years old. Thanks fellas! Damon
  6. Hello all. I am 26 years old, and like many other people, I am starting to wonder how long my hair is going to hold out. I have always been extremely fortunate to have thick hair my whole life. I do have baldness in my family (dad and grandfather) and for the last year and a half, I have had been wearing my hair quite long. I recently cut my hair and started paying attention to my crown area. I don't know if I am just making myself worry, so though I would see what you guys think. I have taken a couple of pictures, please see below. One of the pictures is taken with my hair rather wet. I am just trying to determine if it's just my whorl, or if anyone might see signs of loss. Just trying to determine if I should get on propecia or not. Also, I have my same hairline since I was in my early 20's. Thanks in advance, Damon
  7. Maybe that's what it is.....time for me to be getting my mature hair-line. Thanks to all who responded, I really apprecaite it!
  8. Hello all! I am new to this forum, so I just wanted to introduce myself. My name is Damon, and I am 26 years old. I don't know if I am loosing my hair or not, but I have been certainly paying attention to my hairline the last 6 months or so. My dad is bald and started balding in his late 20's. His father had more hair than he did, but was still thin on top. My mom's father had a head full of hair, but died in his mid 30's. I know the gene can come from either side. I have really been paying close attention to my hairline and have been trying to compare photos to when I was in my early 20's. I have 3 wrinkle lines on my forehead and have been comparing my hairline to the top wrinkle. I don't notice much of a change in the last 5 to 6 years, maybe a little change at the temples, but nothing set in stone. To be on the safe side, 3 months ago, I started taking propecia. The way I see it, I just want to keep what I have. After taking it the last few months, I am really wondering why I am taking it in the first place. You please be the judge....any insight from the experts would be appreciated. Also, I have a hair whorl on the back of my head, it's smaller than the size of a dime and only seems to be visable when I have shorter hair.
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