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Balding since 16

Hey guys my name is Kevin I am 18 years old . Ever since 14 I’ve been insecure about my hairline and my forehead. I always had a big forehead and I worried so much. As a kid I had so much hair it would grow so fast , that picture I included of me with all that hair I was 16. I grew it out so it would cover my hairline and my big forehead. I was so worried about covering my hairline and forehead I took the hair I had for granted. Now I am 18 years old my hair has been like that in the other pictures for about a year. It all really started in April , 2019 . I was going through a stressful time with my girlfriend I feel like that’s what messed me up . There’s a condition I forgot where If something happens like traumatic , stressful events , etc it can impact your hair and can mess it up. ( Telogen effluvium

I thought it was that’s , it’s been over a year and it hasn’t gotten any better . I also let myself go , I gained weight. I’m not the same as I used to be. I just want to know if this is regular balding , I don’t think since my hair is really thin on the sides and it’s weird. Not like regular balding I think but who knows. I would just like to know opinions from everyone. Thank you

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Research finasteride. I’ve been on it 15+ years and I haven’t lost any hair since. I haven’t had any sides either and believe most of it is in peoples heads.

I don’t think your hairline is really so much of an issue. There is, however, what looks to be diffuse thinning - which I would worry about. Diffuse thinning is a sign of a systemic issue and it could be stress related, as you indicate.

If I were you, I would do two things. Get on Propecia. Start with small doses. I take 1.25 milligrams every other day, and it seems to work.

As to the stress, I would definitely start meditating. If you are not exercising regularly, join a gym or start jogging around your neighborhood and get some dumbbells and a pull up bar. Don’t smoke and cut down on sugar and empty carbs.

Massage your scalp twice a day without tugging on the hairs; move the skin.

If the high hairline bothers you, I would see how things look when you’re 25. At that time, you will have a handle on your hair loss and you can lower the hairline with a transplant.

But I am not a doctor and any advice you get on the internet should be taken with a grain of salt. Good luck.

It’s not really balding. It’s just thinning. You just need to take care and stop it before it gets completely bald.
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