Your biggest enemy is the progressive balding that you might have in the next 5 or so years. The degree of balding that you are showing would suggest that before you undertake a hair transplant, you try the drug finasteride for one year. Get Bulk Measurements of your hair to determine the degree of the progression or if you successfully stopped or reversed it because you need to get insights into your immediate and long term future. If you are developing a more advanced balding pattern which the Bulk Measurements will show over a one year time frame, then you and your doctor need to develop a MASTER PLAN.
If you are losing hair and want treatment options you should schedule a consultation with a doctor.
If you are losing hair and want treatment options you should schedule a consultation with a doctor. If you want "help" you need to see a doctor in person. You cannot receive treatment on the Internet.
Should I have a hair transplant as soon as my hair starts thinning?
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Hair transplant at the first sign of thinning?
No, most experienced surgeons would argue that that is exactly the wrong time to have a hair transplant, but rather the time to focus on medical treatment to prevent further losses. This is especially important if you are still in your 20's. You say you think the minoxidil was working, so why stop? If you are a man, and you have genetic hair loss, a more effective treatment would be finasteride (though the combination of finasteride and minoxidil would probably be even more effective). The best thing would be for you to see a hair loss expert for a proper evaluation--you'll be able to get more meaningful advice than you can get online.Thanks for your question--I hope this was helpful.Dr. Ballon