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FALLING HAIR

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I am 29 years old man and I am loosing my hair. If anybody knows good proven remedy for this problem please let me know. I will be very thankfull to you.
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7y, 6m agoPosted 7 years, 6 months ago
I am 29 years old man and I am loosing my hair.
If anybody knows good proven remedy for this problem please let me know.
I will be very thankfull to you.
munir Avatar
7y, 6m agoPosted 7 years, 6 months ago
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#1
A wig? Shoe polish? Just for men?
#2
It's usually hereditary isn't it?
#3
Shave it all off and say you want to be bald.
#4
shauneco
A wig? Shoe polish? Just for men?


absolutely hilarious. haHAHAha where do you get these corkers from?
#5
Stop hitting your head on the headboard....
#6
keep away from ten pin bowling venues:thumbsup:
#7
Hi are you losing your hair because it is hereditary?

You can help to stimulate hair growth by massaging the scalp. This stimulates the hair follicles, unclogs any blocked oil glands in the scalp, and helps to promote a healthy scalp and new, healthy hair growth. It also feels really nice!

My husband faced this problem a few years back - and we were able to buy a solution to massage into his head but I believe it's been banned from the UK now. All of the males in his family were bald by the age of 25! He is now considerably older and has more hair than ALL of his male ralatives (probably put together lol) - I don't know if this is just a coincidence but it's worth looking into.

Best wishes - I hope you manage to keep your hair, but if you don't - you can still be sexy :thumbsup:
banned#8
Wow, serious advice ITT.
#9
TBH I don't think there is anything that can be done about it without having drastic surgery, just try to get used to it and embrace it, it's just a sign that you're getting older that's all. At the end of the day, it's just some hair, it's not the end of the world.
#10
No its not a hereditary.
#11
Butterflies
Hi are you losing your hair because it is hereditary?

You can help to stimulate hair growth by massaging the scalp. This stimulates the hair follicles, unclogs any blocked oil glands in the scalp, and helps to promote a healthy scalp and new, healthy hair growth. It also feels really nice!

My husband faced this problem a few years back - and we were able to buy a solution to massage into his head but I believe it's been banned from the UK now. All of the males in his family were bald by the age of 25! He is now considerably older and has more hair than ALL of his male ralatives (probably put together lol) - I don't know if this is just a coincidence but it's worth looking into.

Best wishes - I hope you manage to keep your hair, but if you don't - you can still be sexy :thumbsup:

No it is not hereditary.
#12
munir
No it is not hereditary.


Have you see the Dr? Is there an underlying health issue? If so, of course I wish you well - but you might be better off getting advice from a professional.

Apparently about 10% of men lose thier hair due to non hereditary reasons.

These could be internal or external.. Stress, Diet, Thyroids are all examples of reasons that people lose their hair - amongst others of course.

The good thing is that if you have one of these conditions - you can probably grow your hair back!
#13
Butterflies
Have you see the Dr? Is there an underlying health issue? If so, of course I wish you well - but you might be better off getting advice from a professional.

Apparently about 10% of men lose thier hair due to non hereditary reasons.

These could be internal or external.. Stress, Diet, Thyroids are all examples of reasons that people lose their hair - amongst others of course.

The good thing is that if you have one of these conditions - you can probably grow your hair back!

I went to doctor he checked blood test and level of iron etc but everythig is fine.
My health and diet is very good ,I do not have any stress either
#14
just do what I do, shave it and have a little cry each morning.:thumbsup:
#15
munir
I went to doctor he checked blood test and level of iron etc but everythig is fine.
My health and diet is very good ,I do not have any stress either


You've done the right thing in seeing the Dr- :thumbsup: It might well be just one of those things. You know better that than being ill as well as losing your hair!

You've nothing to lose by stimulating your hair follicles - do you have a partner? You could give each other a head massage each evening. It really does feel nice and it might help your hair grow too!

If it is important to you, you could try a hair loss clinic, with the view that it may well not work - but it's worth a try! It depends on how much money you have really.

Best wishes

Oh I mentioned thyroid earlier - have you had any sudden weight loss or gain? Did the Doctor offer to check your thyroids? Just another thought really!
#16
munir
I went to doctor he checked blood test and level of iron etc but everythig is fine.
My health and diet is very good ,I do not have any stress either


how do u know its not hereditary? I believe baldness normally comes from mums side of family, could be wrong tho.

If uve been to doctor and everythings fine then could just be you are loosing it. My dad lost a lot of his hair from undiagnosed diabetes, he got quite ill from it (tired all the time).

Does you scalp itch? I had an a sort of infection on my head not long ago, mainly on crown of head, it itched like mad, had red spots too, and hair was fallin out. Doctor gave me a solution which soothed scalped and all better now, I have sensitive skin/scalp tho so be careful what you use
#17
just shave it all off, men look so much better with shaved hair :)
#18
Chidda
how do u know its not hereditary? I believe baldness normally comes from mums side of family, could be wrong tho.

If uve been to doctor and everythings fine then could just be you are loosing it. My dad lost a lot of his hair from undiagnosed diabetes, he got quite ill from it (tired all the time).

Does you scalp itch? I had an a sort of infection on my head not long ago, mainly on crown of head, it itched like mad, had red spots too, and hair was fallin out. Doctor gave me a solution which soothed scalped and all better now, I have sensitive skin/scalp tho so be careful what you use


Hi Chidda - some good advice there too! :thumbsup:

My hubby's hair loss runs along the male genes, as every male in his family (dad, cousins, uncles) are bald or I should say have Male pattern baldness.

I believe that it can be hereditary in woman too though - but I don't know anything about this as it hasn't affected my family.

I think Male pattern baldness can be slowed down by treatment - maybe this is what's happened with my hubbys head? Who know's
#19
I started loosing my hair when I was 17 so you have done well to last this long.

Just keep your hair short and continue with life.
#20
At 29 you will be developing excess nasal hair,perhaps a transplant?
#21
What about that thing from the shane warne hair loss advert
#22
Old wives tale - Cow pat on the head.
#23
Just face facts baldy & shave the rest off
#24
Its a long shot....



Are you married with kids?

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