RoadToHair's - Profile page Before-and-Immediate-after-surgery-pics
I was 25, just started working and was facing hair loss from around 5 years back. I devastated and always felt inferior in front of my fellow friends. I was very outgoing and social but as most of you have known , Hair loss kills all of that. I have MPB, since one of my maternal uncle was bald, also my dad was receding. I used to dread from having bath, since wet hair don't do well unless you have a defined hairline. I always used to get "how old are you" and when I used to tell them that I am 25, they were on the lines "you don't look 25" .
My hair started receding at the temples and for the longest time, I'd convinced myself (and others) that I just had a naturally high widow's peak. Needless to say, as time marched forward, this myth was shattered as my precious hairline hairs continued to evaporate even further, threatening to leave me with merely an island of forelock hair amidst a sea of bald scalp. At age 25, I was grudgingly forced to concede that I had inherited my mother's familial curse, and that my once youthful hairline was fast going down the sink (quite literally)!
Plus, I have a big forehead, which further makes it look more bad. But I guess since I am taking fins and applying min to my hair since long, I have only receded in my hairline and not on the crown or centre.
At the end of the day you have a choice, either go with what nature has in store for you, or take it in your hands and change it for good. But you need to be very diligent in taking the leap of faith, and evaluate your risk to reward ratio. I would be lying to you, if I were to say that even the most diligent options doesn't have risk. There would always be people telling you that, let the nature take it's own course. There would also be people telling you that don't let getting bald affect your confidence, but believe me, it does affect us some or other capacities. Be it your work life, be it your personal life