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Subject: To young for transplants?
 
Question: I have always had a hairline which makes it look like my hair is receeding. I have always worn my hair slightly long in the front to disguise this. I am 24 and lately have been experiencing some difuse thinning for which I have seen several doctors. Each exam has begun with the doctor lifting my hair and the front and stating the I have obvious male-pattern baldness. After I quickly explain that there has been no change in my hairline and they continue to examine my scalp, they agree that there is most likely a different cause. I had/have a thick head of hair which I hope will recover before too long. Are transplants to alter a hairline such as mine possible? The areas to be covered are noticeable, but not nearly as large as those of most transplant examples I have seen. In your opinion, are most surgeons likely to be more or less willing to work on a case such as mine as opposed to a normal MPB case? Thank you.
 
Answer: Given your age & story you are not currently a good candidate for hairgrafting. I would recommend rogaine/propecia for you way before I would recommend surgery.
 
Answered by: Dr Aaron Stone
 
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