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I’m 24 years old, and my hair has been thinning and receding for a few years, but I just got a buzz cut (first time since high school) and it really makes the hair loss show. My hair appeared quite thick when it was long so this was a bit of a shock. Just curious, which level of the Norwood scale do I appear to be at? I’m thinking between 2 and 3 but just looking for other thoughts. Thanks 

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looking like a 2.5 in my opinion, but maybe you might be diffuse thinning? hard to tell on these angles. how is the hair in the mid scalp and crown?

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Looks like between 2V and 3V to me.

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Jaer,

What does your crown look like...any thinning there?

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