AM losing hair and i am just 21!

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Wow,
i mean i don't smoke or booze and am already losing hair?
I can find hair on my pillow cover when i wake up in the morning..
Not really sure why is it so?
Its genetic but i don't wanna be bald in a few months
  • Profile picture of the author sloanjim
    Well it's naff all to do with drinking smoking exercise etc...it's moslty genetic. You are either going to go bald or not. Pot luck. Finasteride, wig, hair transplant Minoxidal...IGNORE all other junk and magic potions they do not work. Oh I read just last wek there is an injection its way thet wil lgrow your hair back for 4-6 months at a time..not sure how far off it is. Or just accept it..your choice. I had a friend in school started going bald at 14..was like Kojak by mid-twenties.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jonathan 2.0
    That's because you're virile. (That's my excuse.)
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    • Profile picture of the author ThomM
      AM losing hair and i am just 21!
      Been there, done that.
      You've got three choices.
      1. If you're really vain you can try every hairloss product out there until you finally except you're going bald.
      2. Wear a hat to cover it if you're only a little vain.
      3. If you're not vain, embrace it and look forward to the money you'll save in hair cuts and shampoo.

      Or if you have a warped since of humor, you can grow your beard real long and do a comb up. Not that I've done that:rolleyes:
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      • Profile picture of the author Jonathan 2.0
        (Haha) Good advice Thom. Sometimes it doesn't all fall out. (Or at least not all at once.)
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        • Profile picture of the author ThomM
          Originally Posted by Jonathan 2.0 View Post

          (Haha) Good advice Thom. Sometimes it doesn't all fall out. (Or at least not all at once.)
          Jonathan, go to my profile and click on the photo album Chase.
          You'll see what you will sorta look like in 30 years
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          • Profile picture of the author Jonathan 2.0
            Originally Posted by ThomM View Post

            Jonathan, go to my profile and click on the photo album Chase.
            You'll see what you will sorta look like in 30 years
            Oh brilliant. Thanks Thom. (Haha) Seriously though, cool picture. :-)
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        Originally Posted by ThomM View Post

        Been there, done that.
        You've got three choices.
        1. If you're really vain you can try every hairloss product out there until you finally except you're going bald.
        2. Wear a hat to cover it if you're only a little vain.
        3. If you're not vain, embrace it and look forward to the money you'll save in hair cuts and shampoo.

        Or if you have a warped since of humor, you can grow your beard real long and do a comb up. Not that I've done that:rolleyes:
        He could just go Vin Diesel and Bruce Willis by shaving the rest off and making it look intentional.
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        • Profile picture of the author Jonathan 2.0
          Originally Posted by Rikki_Fawkes View Post

          He could just go Vin Diesel and Bruce Willis by shaving the rest off and making it look intentional.
          Or even style it like Bruce Willis in Die Hard 2.
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          • Profile picture of the author Rikki_Fawkes
            Originally Posted by Jonathan 2.0 View Post

            Or even style it like Bruce Willis in Die Hard 2.
            Depending on the balding pattern, yeah, definitely.
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        • Profile picture of the author ThomM
          Originally Posted by Rikki_Fawkes View Post

          He could just go Vin Diesel and Bruce Willis by shaving the rest off and making it look intentional.
          I tried that a couple of years ago.
          My problem is I don't like putting sharp objects near my head
          It is easier to shave your head then it is your face though.
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  • Profile picture of the author silvesterstromae
    If its genetic look at your parents and see how bold they are and what age are they and you will see yourself in the future! And considering that maybe our parents lived in a less polluted world... well maybe you will get bold earlier!
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  • Profile picture of the author Christian Little
    How much hair are you finding on your pillow in the morning? Just a few or a lot? If you're finding big wads of it you might wanna talk to your doctor.

    Balding is completely normal, but it happens very gradually and can take years. If you have a lot of hair on your pillow and this just started recently, it could indicate another problem like a hormone imbalance or something else, which can be identified and fixed pretty quickly.
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    • Profile picture of the author BudgetSEO
      Originally Posted by Christian Little View Post

      How much hair are you finding on your pillow in the morning? Just a few or a lot? If you're finding big wads of it you might wanna talk to your doctor.

      Balding is completely normal, but it happens very gradually and can take years. If you have a lot of hair on your pillow and this just started recently, it could indicate another problem like a hormone imbalance or something else, which can be identified and fixed pretty quickly.
      I find enough to worry
      Lol thanks for tips, advices and nasty comments lol
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  • Profile picture of the author Floyd Fisher
    I was told I was going bald too....about 30 years ago.

    I'm still waiting for it to happen.
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  • Profile picture of the author Roaddog
    Originally Posted by BudgetSEO View Post

    Wow,
    i mean i don't smoke or booze and am already losing hair?

    Well therein lies the problem.


    I'm a lot older than you..........
    I've been drinking and smoking my whole life,
    I have a full head of hair.

    Never listen to the naysayers.......never listen to the naysayers.

    Didn't you know, old hair tonic recipes, were 40% alcohol.

    See you at the bar.

    LOL
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    • Profile picture of the author seasoned
      Originally Posted by Roaddog View Post

      Well therein lies the problem.


      I'm a lot older than you..........
      I've been drinking and smoking my whole life,
      I have a full head of hair.

      Never listen to the naysayers.......never listen to the naysayers.

      Didn't you know, old hair tonic recipes, were 40% alcohol.

      See you at the bar.

      LOL
      YEP, alcohol CAN reduce baldness! FACT!!!!!!

      1. Alcohol can lower testosterone. Accepted fact.
      2. Lower testosterone can lower DHT! FACT!
      3. Lower DHT can reduce baldness! THAT is how propecia works. It reduces an enzyme that changes testosterone into DHT.

      BTW castration works faster!

      Steve
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      • Profile picture of the author Roaddog
        Originally Posted by seasoned View Post

        YEP, alcohol CAN reduce baldness! FACT!!!!!!

        1. Alcohol can lower testosterone. Accepted fact.
        2. Lower testosterone can lower DHT! FACT!
        3. Lower DHT can reduce baldness! THAT is how propecia works. It reduces an enzyme that changes testosterone into DHT.

        BTW castration works faster!

        Steve

        You know, what with the drinking and the resulting women problems....due to the full head of hair.

        I am looking into castration....

        ROFL
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        • Profile picture of the author Kurt
          Originally Posted by Roaddog View Post

          You know, what with the drinking and the resulting women problems....due to the full head of hair.

          I am looking into castration....

          ROFL
          Maybe it's just me, but I'd MUCH rather be balled than not be bald.
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        • Profile picture of the author seasoned
          Originally Posted by Roaddog View Post

          You know, what with the drinking and the resulting women problems....due to the full head of hair.

          I am looking into castration....

          ROFL
          Maybe you misunderstood. I meant castrattion can help to recover some hair, and prevent baldness. I'm with Kurt on this though. Being bald isn't great, but I wouldn't want to be castrated either. And propecia is ok for men, but you don't want little boys, or pregnant women anywhere near it.

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  • Profile picture of the author thunderbird
    Sometimes items appear in the news about cures to baldness, eg:
    UBC Researcher Seeking a Cure for Baldness - UBC Reports
    Scientists Cure Baldness in Mice; Mice Fedora Industry Panics - New York News - Runnin' Scared

    There was some news some years back about how electromagnetic stimulation to the scalp stopped hair loss and even stimulated new growth.
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  • Profile picture of the author Lou Diamond
    Hello,
    I started losing my hair when I got married.
    There is a new study out if you start to bald at a young age you may have prostate cancer, you may want to look into that one.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jonathan 2.0
      Originally Posted by Lou Diamond View Post

      Hello,
      I started losing my hair when I got married.
      There is a new study out if you start to bald at a young age you may have prostate cancer, you may want to look into that one.
      So poor BudgetSEO is losing his hair and now you're saying there's something wrong with his bollocks.

      (Haha)
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      • Profile picture of the author thunderbird
        Originally Posted by Jonathan 2.0 View Post

        So poor BudgetSEO is losing his hair and now you're saying there's something wrong with his bollocks.

        (Haha)
        Tomatoes may prevent prostrate cancer:

        Tomatoes and Prostate Cancer
        Lycopene in Tomatoes and Prostate Cancer
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        • Profile picture of the author Jonathan 2.0
          Originally Posted by thunderbird View Post

          [Sarcasm] Yes, how interesting. [/Sarcasm]
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          • Profile picture of the author thunderbird
            Originally Posted by Jonathan 2.0 View Post

            [Sarcasm] Yes, how interesting. [/Sarcasm]
            That's weird and uncalled for hostility.
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            • Profile picture of the author Jonathan 2.0
              Originally Posted by thunderbird View Post

              That's weird and uncalled for hostility.
              Welcome to the Internet.

              ;-)
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              • Profile picture of the author Christian Little
                Originally Posted by Jonathan 2.0 View Post

                Welcome to the Internet.

                ;-)
                The internet is weird and hostile? Where the heck have I been then? lol
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                • Profile picture of the author Jonathan 2.0
                  Originally Posted by Christian Little View Post

                  The internet is weird and hostile? Where the heck have I been then? lol
                  (Haha) The Internet isn't weird and hostile. Just me. I've been ****ing up socially all day. My apologies Thunderbird. (I still don't get the tomato reference, but bygones and all that.)

                  :-)
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                  • Profile picture of the author mojojuju
                    Hair is overrated.
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                    • Profile picture of the author medi50cus
                      Eating iron rich fruits and food helps in preventing the hair fall. Include apples, beetroots and jagary in your daily diet. They are rich in iron so help to prevent your hair fall.
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            • Profile picture of the author Jonathan 2.0
              Originally Posted by Ken_Caudill View Post

              Never trust someone who tells you they're being sarcastic when they're being sarcastic.

              You're dealing with an amateur.
              This thread is a couple of years old. Sorry, Thunderbird. I'm a bit more mature these days.
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              • Profile picture of the author thunderbird
                Originally Posted by Jonathan 2.0 View Post

                This thread is a couple of years old. Sorry, Thunderbird. I'm a bit more mature these days.
                That event was definitely dormant. No worries. With my sporadic outbursts on this forum, it would be hypocritical to hold something I'd completely forgotten against you, lol.
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  • Profile picture of the author amandabeggs
    Bald is the new black!
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  • Profile picture of the author Epicurus
    Just embrace the baldyness mate.

    Look at all the famous sexy baldies there have been:

    Vin Diesel
    Yul Brynner
    Telly Savalas
    Patrick Stewart
    Michael Jordan
    Jason Statham
    Bruce Willis

    I have a full head of hair but actually prefer to be bald.
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    • Profile picture of the author mojojuju
      Originally Posted by Epicurus View Post

      Just embrace the baldyness mate.

      Look at all the famous sexy baldies there have been:

      Vin Diesel
      Yul Brynner
      Telly Savalas
      Patrick Stewart
      Michael Jordan
      Jason Statham
      Bruce Willis

      I have a full head of hair but actually prefer to be bald.
      It seems you've forgotten one of the sexiest bald celebrities, Jason Alexander.

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      • Profile picture of the author Dave Patterson
        I thought I was going bald but, much to my relief ,I found out it was growing back down in my head and coming out my ears...
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  • Profile picture of the author Sardent
    I started going grey at 16.

    Now I have my revenge when I say better grey than gone.
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  • Profile picture of the author Dennis Gaskill
    I thought I was going bald when I was younger, but it turned out I was just growing taller than my hair.
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  • Profile picture of the author Vasuu
    Cool buddy...
    This happens with many men. Don't worry.
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  • Profile picture of the author Patrician
    The same thing that causes baldness causes prostrate cancer. Tostesterone. Male hormones.

    In fact I read an article this week that while they don't start testing men until their 40s and 50s for prostrate cancer, they have found an association in men who go bald in their 20s and they may be more likely to get prostrate cancer.

    So they are saying it might be best to start getting tested in your 20s if you are already losing your hair.

    It seems mostly genetic with prostrate cancer as well as baldness.

    If a guy is healthy and well groomed (clean) they can still be hot when they are bald. (just don't do comb overs which are just gross).

    I have a neighbor guy who is sooooo cute and he has long hair and always wears a baseball cap. When I saw him without the cap I realized he is really going bald on top. He is still hot hot hot!
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    • Profile picture of the author mojojuju
      Originally Posted by Patrician View Post

      If a guy is healthy and well groomed (clean) they can still be hot when they are bald. (just don't do comb overs which are just gross).
      I guess you've just never seen a comb-over job done by a real master.

      I'll just leave this here.....

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  • Profile picture of the author Chris Worner
    This maybe a silly question but apart from your fear that you are going bald, is there anything else stressful going on in your life? I know I have had periods of time where I got really stressed(school, work etc) and bald patches started appearing(unfortunately, not in the right places where I would have liked them to appear, if you know what I mean )

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  • Profile picture of the author :Elective-
    get a wig, or just look on it as a bright side.

    I heard of a guy who would tattoo an advertisiment on your head for a large fee. Or just rent it out as a extra crystal ball
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  • Profile picture of the author st271
    I think most men go bald as they get older, its hard to avoid. It doesn't bother me at all but I can imagine it bothers a lot of people. Women never go bald do they? lol
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    • Profile picture of the author seasoned
      Originally Posted by st271 View Post

      I think most men go bald as they get older, its hard to avoid. It doesn't bother me at all but I can imagine it bothers a lot of people. Women never go bald do they? lol
      I've heard that about 50% of men go bald. Of course, that IS to varying degrees. Apparently, a lot of women have hair loss too, but they start off with a lot of options and are expected to have more hair so, ironically, it is easier to cover up.

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  • Profile picture of the author Christian Little
    I keep telling my wife that if I start balding that I'll just shave my head and get a tattoo where my hair use to be
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  • Profile picture of the author Pauline60
    Don't worry about it, if you are going to lose it then you are going to lose it. Most women do not find hair loss unattractive in a man. Whatever you do don't try to cover it up it just doesn't work. Just go with it and you will be fine. Anyway just cos its falling out a bit now doesn't mean it will continue to do so at the same rate.
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    • Profile picture of the author seasoned
      Originally Posted by Pauline60 View Post

      Don't worry about it, if you are going to lose it then you are going to lose it. Most women do not find hair loss unattractive in a man. Whatever you do don't try to cover it up it just doesn't work. Just go with it and you will be fine. Anyway just cos its falling out a bit now doesn't mean it will continue to do so at the same rate.
      Propecia DOES work, and apparently has no material side effects in men, though you probably want to clean your hands VERY well after taking tablets and before touching your wife, etc... The stuff can be absorbed through the skin!

      And yeah, there seem to be three stages in most balding, and it ends up just affecting the TOP of the head. I don't even know if healthy males ever get bald anywhere else. MANY that I have seen that are bald there SHAVE, etc... to get that effect.

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  • Profile picture of the author Peter Bestel
    I started losing my hair from the age of 17, that was nearly 30 years ago.

    For me, there has been 5 stages of baldness.

    1. Denial - I'm not losing my hair, the cat must've been sleeping on my pillow

    2. Shock and Anger - Sh*t ! I think I'm losing my hair. I blame my mum! OK, she's not bald, but her brothers were!

    3. Cover up and Scheming - I'll buy expensive hair products and look into medical treatments. Afterall, it can't be long before they find a cure. Maybe for now I'll wear lots of hats (not at the same time - that would just be silly!) And anyway, I'm not bald, I'm balding - there's an important difference!

    4. Depression - What's the point, there's no cure? I'll clip what I've got left and just be ugly for the rest of my life.

    5. Acceptance - Sod this! Where's the razor, I'm going cueball. Let's embrace this thing and only wear hats when I'm cold!

    It only took me 25 years to get to stage 5.

    Don't waste time, cut out the heartache and go for stage 5 now (I'll let you off with maybe going to stage 4 first. But only stay there for a month or two then polish your head!)

    Have fun!


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    • Profile picture of the author Scott Skinner
      I agree Peter, bald guys Rule!
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      • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
        Originally Posted by HeySal View Post

        Sometimes it's not "genetic" but environmentally induced and because families often follow practices they learned via family, it only seems genetic.

        Keep the hair follicles clean - if they clog, your hair will fall out. Stand on your head for a few minutes now and then to get a healthy blood flow exchange, exercise for blood flow, too (good for whole body) - and keep away from toxins. Handle your stress or it will knock your hair out fast, too. A lot of your personal care products now have crap in them that will knock the hair right off your head. I make my own hair "tonic" formula that is killer for keeping hair really thick.

        Then if you find that you are still going to lose your hair no matter what you do -- get yourself a new style (head and clothes) that you can live with and feel sharp donning it.
        Yep, good advise, l am way older than 21, and still have it!

        But as Sal has said, you can spend up to $25 a bottle for some supposedly healthy or effective shampoo, con, and still end up putting a truckload of long spelling chemicals in your hair!

        And by the way the combination shampoo, conditioner should be avoided like the plague!


        I use TeeTree oil for shampoo, (healthiest thing l could find outside a health food shop) and make my own conditioner!


        And don't shampoo more than a few times a week!


        And excessive stress can play a part!


        Good luck!


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  • Profile picture of the author MrPolarZero
    I think you need to change the shampoo that you're currently using. Try to use something that has an anti-hair fall formula.
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  • Profile picture of the author Raydal
    You know what they say about bald men ...

    Men who bald at the front are thinkers.
    Men who bald at the back are romantics.

    And men who go bald all over think that they are romantic.

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  • Profile picture of the author thunderbird
    So, this old thread got ressurected by "Hair Transplant Center"? Anyway, mild electrical stimulation to the hair follicles has been found to stop baldness.
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  • Profile picture of the author mmorgan3415
    I'm glad my genetics allowed me to keep my hair beyond 21 so far. I feel sorry for the OP and will hold a candlelight vigil in remembrance of your hair.
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  • Profile picture of the author HeySal
    Sometimes it's not "genetic" but environmentally induced and because families often follow practices they learned via family, it only seems genetic.

    Keep the hair follicles clean - if they clog, your hair will fall out. Stand on your head for a few minutes now and then to get a healthy blood flow exchange, exercise for blood flow, too (good for whole body) - and keep away from toxins. Handle your stress or it will knock your hair out fast, too. A lot of your personal care products now have crap in them that will knock the hair right off your head. I make my own hair "tonic" formula that is killer for keeping hair really thick.

    Then if you find that you are still going to lose your hair no matter what you do -- get yourself a new style (head and clothes) that you can live with and feel sharp donning it.
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      Originally Posted by koubain View Post

      Hi
      you have to PM me i will give you something o try it i am sure that you will be good as soon as you can,everything have a solution

      just PM me
      just PM ME OKI I HOPE THAT
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  • Profile picture of the author Young Financier
    What's your diet like?
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    This could be due to excess burden, try meditation
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