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Hey, I’m 17 years old and noticed that my whorl looked larger than it had in the past. Does this look like the beginning stages of balding or is it nothing to worry about?349B0415-335B-4920-95B7-973C4FBD9C20.thumb.jpeg.ac96f85d1cca30c135c3e0774397d276.jpeg

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In my opinion it's  a whorl. 😎

 

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I don't see anything to worry about there. As you're concerned though, you could take pics every few months under consistent lighting and see if anything changes, but I don't think it will.


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Looks too early to tell...if it gets more pronounced with more scalp showing, than you want to see a doctor experienced in treating hair loss.

What is your family history for possible MPB on both the maternal and paternal sides of your family?


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