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I am 20 and hair loss is depressing me.

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I turned 20 this June and I had absolutely no excitement of turning 20 because I look like fucking 28. I have had hair loss since I was about 17 and from few hair strands caught in my between my fingers while playing with my hair in the classroom to huge semi-circles on both sides of my temple has rendered me helpless. I used to be very confident but now when I look in the mirror, I do not see my MYSELF. I see some aging looser. I am thinking of getting a hair system. 

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Is it really that bad ? Sorry u going thru this .. get a checkup with the doctors n see what ur options are .. hows ur family history with baldness ? A hair system is an option if u getting that bald do ur research on it n see if that’s the route u want to go .. but wait till u in college with a new environment so people won’t be the wiser .. there’s some nice systems out there..

N don’t feel too down on urself.. u didn’t do nothing wrong .. everyone starts balding eventually , some at an earlier age .. just got to deal with it n make the most of it .. 

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Have you thought about getting on finasteride though to maintain the hair you currently have? You're probably not far gone enough to warrant the hair system route. 

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I feel you bruh. I totally do. I too started shedding very early in my 20s. It just kills the confidence but as you have discovered hair loss is not the end of the world. There are many solutions out there and hair system is certainly a promising one. You can buy great quality human hair system offline as well as online. Internet is totally the easiest and the most convenient option to find and buy hair systems. 3 years after I started losing hair, I started searching for human hair system on marketplaces like Amazon. I bought a couple of them but they didn't turn out to be good quality. Being a Quora addict, I came across Lordhair while I was doing some research on lace hair system. After browsing company's huge catalog of hair systems, I decided to buy custom made hair system. The hair system is simply amazing and completely undetectable. I started wearing it after a solo trip that lasted 3 months. Before that, I shaved off my head. The hair system was so perfectly fit that it's pretty hard to tell whether it is a hair system or not. Since then, I have ordered 3 pieces from them and all of them turned out to be good.

Bro tip - Don't lose your confidence. Everyone starts balding eventually,some are at earlier age and some late.

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At 20 there may be other options for you besides a hair system. Your first option should be to try and prevent any future loss and assess whether the current loss can be recovered.

Once you go down the hair system route, there's no way back.....

Post some pictures and the forum will help you.

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On 7/31/2018 at 10:59 AM, Bhavesh said:

I turned 20 this June and I had absolutely no excitement of turning 20 because I look like fucking 28. I have had hair loss since I was about 17 and from few hair strands caught in my between my fingers while playing with my hair in the classroom to huge semi-circles on both sides of my temple has rendered me helpless. I used to be very confident but now when I look in the mirror, I do not see my MYSELF. I see some aging looser. I am thinking of getting a hair system. 

Hello Bhavesh

Don't be disappointed. You should start hair treatment immediately. It will help you to fight against Hair Fall and Growth of new hair. However here are few free websites for you in which you will get valuable information regarding hair treatment:

1. https://healthandbeautyinfostore.wor...and-solutions/
2. https://www.holdthehairline.com/articles/
3. https://www.everydayhealth.com/skin-...hair-loss.aspx

Hope this helps. Thanks.

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Dear Bhavesh,

It’s good that you opted for choosing a hair system rather than going for a hair transplant or medication. These days there are quality hair systems available in market which are not only affordable but also undetectable. I want you to visit this seller www.lordhair.com . My elder brother also faced hair los and was very stressed. A few months back my best friend suggested him to order a hair system. My big brother is happy after using the product and to be honest, no one ever finds out after meeting him for the first time that its a hair system. Only his close friends are aware of it as they have seen him growing bald.

 

Give it a try! I guess it also works for you!

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On 7/31/2018 at 10:59 AM, Bhavesh said:

I turned 20 this June and I had absolutely no excitement of turning 20 because I look like fucking 28. I have had hair loss since I was about 17 and from few hair strands caught in my between my fingers while playing with my hair in the classroom to huge semi-circles on both sides of my temple has rendered me helpless. I used to be very confident but now when I look in the mirror, I do not see my MYSELF. I see some ageing looser. I am thinking of getting a hair system. 

First, I am sorry that you are having to experience hair loss at such a young age. I can completely understand how frustrating and depressing it must be. I lost hair when I was 23 and I always had the question 'why'. All of my friends had thick hair and it looked so good. I always dreamt about having hair like theirs'. I tried literally everything to stop my hair loss and more to gain hair on my scalp. But unfortunately, I failed miserably which added more to my frustration. I stopped socialising and going out altogether. It did have a profound effect on my self-esteem and I felt lesser than others. It was extremely difficult for me to deal with that issue. I was just starting my Masters and I was extremely conscious to even walk till my classroom from my hostel. The fact that even a simple gust of wind or a little drizzle made me super anxious was such a hard thing to bear. Although a lot of people told me that it's just hair and that nobody really cares that much, deep inside I always knew that it did make a difference. 

The only mistake I made was not going to a doctor soon enough. At least they would've helped me stop my progression. I always thought that it was something I was destined for and that it was some normal ageing process where medicines couldn't help.

It was very late until when I was 27 years old that I even considered allopathic medications for my hair loss.

I started with Finasteride. For the early 4 months, I lost more hair according to me. It was by the 6th month that I saw a decrease in rainfall and a little shadow on my scalp. It gradually made my hair on the mid-scalp and crown thicker. 

Alas for my frontal zone, everything was lost. I had to go for a hair transplant there. And it did help me regain my hairline and my happiness.

At your age, you should start Finasteride asap to prevent any further balding. If you have lost a lot of hair then you can definitely go for hair transplantation. Maybe wait one more year and then you can go for it.

Normally, 20 is considered a young age for the procedure but with what you have written if you have lost a lot and if it is making you feel agitated or worse if it is stopping you from growing as a person then go for it. But make sure that you take finasteride and prevent any further hair loss. 

I know how horrible it is to feel that way. And I won't say that it will be okay or that you need to accept it. Do what it takes to make it right. The most important thing in the world at your age is to live it. Live your life to the fullest. Get anything that bothers you fixed. 

And don't take it as an obstacle. Take it as a challenge. You can overcome it. Change only begins when you come out of your comfort zone. And this experience will only make you stronger. You may not understand it now but you'll be a stronger individual for it.

You can share your scalp pictures also in the forum. We will tell you what is appropriate. We have all been throughb battles. If our experiences can help you then our purpose is fulfilled.

I wish you the best in the coming days.


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