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3 steps to regrow hair in your 20ís!

Going bald can have a deep, psychological impact on men of any age, but especially in young men in their 20's. In this article, we will discuss a few options that will provide you with the tools to fight hair loss and win .

1.  Schedule a Consultation

Schedule a consultation with a pre-screened hair transplant surgeon to discuss your options and understand what treatmens are available to you. He/she will be equipped with the tools to properly diagnose the type of hair loss you may be suffering from. Hair loss can be caused by a multitude of factors such as stress, vitamin deficiencies, lack of protein, anemia, and hypothyroidism finding the root cause of your hair loss is essential for creating a treatment plan.

 2.  Hair Loss Drugs

Catch it early! If you have in fact confirmed that you are suffering from androgenic alopecia, all is not lost. There are two FDA approved hair loss drugs that are proven to slow and prevent further balding. These include  Rogaine(Minoxidil) and Propecia (Finasteride). The sooner you start medication maintenance therapy the longer you get to keep and enjoy your hair. 

 3.  Hair Transplant

Lastly, surgical hair restoration now this is a touchy subject for men in their 20’s because most doctors want to wait for patients to be at least 25 years old before having surgery. However, nothing is set in stone and certain individuals may qualify for surgery before the age of 25. Not all hair transplant surgeons are created equal the skill, talent, and experience of hair transplant surgeons vary widely, as do their results. Choosing a qualified and skilled surgeon is essential for receiving natural results that will last a lifetime. 

Conclusion:

While all three of these methods may never bring your hair back from the glory days each option may help to provide the appearance of a fuller head of hair and have been proven to be effective weapons in the war against hair loss.


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Melvin, Editorial Assistant and Forum Co-Moderator