Maybe if you count a maturer hairline of nw2
Still a couple of options.what do u do if u get ba sides from finasteride? my life is over.
Still a couple of options.
Get a transplant every 5 years to fill in the spots that are gone. (and I've seen your case, this is definitely a good option for you, you're balding slow)
Check out alternatives; zix, topical liposomal duta, samumed, regenera activa,....
Why don't you look at hair systems?You have the choice between the plague (baldness) and cholera (finasteride).
I personally associate hair loss baldness with pure ugliness and the sign of miserable genes.
Don't give me Jason statham! This ugly bird plays like all the eggheads in bad B movies in Hollywood. Most of the time, however, bald heads in Hollywood are villains, lunatics or pedophiles. A reflection of society.
If baldness is so natural, why is it so extremely rare in men under 50?
Baldness for me stands for the decay and finiteness of the body and being, so I would not have a problem with 60 or 70 years to suffer from baldness. But my gentlemen not in their 20s, 30s, 40s. They are the best years of life.
My circle of friends and acquaintances is very large. I have exactly 2 bald men in my environment. All other men have full hair. Look around you how few men in their best years suffer from hair loss. It is an absolute minority.
I had the choice of wiping the plague (bald head) or cholera (finasteride).
I chose cholera.
My hair status has stabilized, but I am far from having full hair.
Hairdressing my hair still takes 1 hour a day.
The price I have to pay for it:
Libido is much worse than before
Ejaculation quantity has been massively reduced 80-90%
The desire for women has noticeably decreased.
These are just the typical Finasteride side effects. It's not surprising:
The strongest male hormone is artificially reduced by 70-90%. If you think DHT is a useless hormone, you're out of your mind.
Finasteride remains an illusion, just as a hairpiece is an illusion. Why? Once finasteride is discontinued, all your hair will fall out. At an incredible rate.
Yeah mature hairline is just a nice term for mild hair loss. Like 'dad bod' (excuse the stupid term allocated to make a point) is a term for being mildly fat and out of shape.A mature hairline is Androgenetic Alopecia. You can call it acceptable hair loss, but that's subjective. It is not any different in pathology than Norwood 7, just not as severe. 57.8% of 30-39 year old men have stage 3 or higher hair loss. Only 28.9% have no hair loss. After 30 the numbers just don't look good at all.
Also of note, almost 17% of men in their 50s have no hair loss whatsoever. Everyone on the forums says that every man gets a mature hairline (Norwood 2) in his late teens early 20s. This proves that is just a cope.
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I don’t think it’s a manner of the recession stopping. I think its a manner of pre-determined hairs that are prone to DHT. Therefore in certain individuals once those hairs have fallen thats it... the rest do not as they are not prone. Therefore leaving a “mature” hairline.Jokes aside can't we identify how receding stops in mature hairlines? Like which genes turn on and off so on so on and apply that to ourselves?
Jokes aside can't we identify how receding stops in mature hairlines? Like which genes turn on and off so on so on and apply that to ourselves?
Knowing that some keep receding years after maturing, there has to be another factor than DHT alone. I assume some genes turn off therefore it should affect body chemistry?I don’t think it’s a manner of the recession stopping. I think its a manner of pre-determined hairs that are prone to DHT. Therefore in certain individuals once those hairs have fallen thats it... the rest do not as they are not prone. Therefore leaving a “mature” hairline.
Aren't genes maps to produce different proteins etc? Sorry if I am wrong but maybe we can identify specific body chemistry differencesMy 23 and me says I shouldn't have thinning or a receding hairline and I am a norwood 3 with patches of almost bald patches on the top of my head. We really don't understand the genetics of this disease.