20 thoughts on “Its over, isnt it?

        • Anonymous says:

          According to my broscience, a maturing hairline is just having a small amount of DHT sensitive hair follicles.
          You become an adult, DHT goes up, these hairs get damaged, they get lost, you stop balding.
          But this is the same for every balding man. Some men have DHT sensitive hair all over their head, so you don’t know what will happen until it happens. It could just stop there and OP could live his life to 100 with the same hairline without doing anything. It could also go to NW7 in a few years.

          My advice: If you experience a significant amount of stress and anxiety when confronted with the idea that you could go noticeably bald, try fin and see if you get sides, continue if you feel fine, stop if you get sides which are worse than balding.

    • Anonymous says:

      That stuff works, but yeah now I literally don’t give a shit about sex. Lack of libido isn’t a problem for me though, was a virgin anyway. In a way it actually helps.

      • Anonymous says:

        I’ve only been on it for a month and I’ve got zero side effects so far. How long did it take to notice libido changes? I’m wondering if I dodged the bullet.

  1. Anonymous says:

    How old are you? A lot of dudes in their 30s get a Norwood 2ish hairline that remains stable for the rest of their lives. If you’re significantly younger, then it’s almost certainly early MPB, yeah.
    Finasteride + minoxidil are your best chance of halting further loss and likely even reversing the loss because you’re catching it so early. There’s a 2-3% chance you’ll get bad sides from finasteride. The chance of permanent sides is a tiny fraction of that.

      • Anonymous says:

        If it’s remained stable from 17 to mid-30s, then it’s probably just your hairline. I don’t even see anything wrong with it. Many baldcels would kill to have a hairline like that again.

      • Anonymous says:

        You should’ve said that right away. If you’ve got the same hair for nearly half your life, there’s nothing to worry about. People suggesting treatment are going off the assumption this is a new development.

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