You mention the term “final pattern of loss?” . Does this mean some people are only destined to teach a Norwood four while others Norwood seven? When do you know you have hit your final pattern?
The issue is complex. Men at 19-22 who experience hair loss frequently don’t have the maturity to deal with it (it is a development problem of the prefrontal lobe of the brain which does not complete its development until about 22), plus there is a sense of urgency, plus there are significant financial implications of having multiple hair transplants which could be never-ending if they end up chasing the changes in their progressive balding pattern. I always say that a Good Decision Today, is a Good Decision Tomorrow. I am not insulting you here, just trust that I have years of experience in this business and I have seen too many young men make mistakes that they regret.