I rarely see a juvenile hairline in evolution as I did today. This 25 year old man saw a dermatologist last year for this problem and as the dermatologist didn’t understand what he was seeing, he put the man on finasteride to stop that is unstoppable, the evolution of a mature hairline. Unfortunately, this man developed sexual side effects, weight gain, more stress, a dropping testosterone and he didn’t feel good. That is bad medicine as far as I am concerned. Finasteride should never be prescribed for a maturing hairline.
The photos that he allowed me to used today have been labeled as follows: (1) shows where the rounded juvenile hairline still persists but it is clearly weak and disappearing, (2) shows where the juvenile hairline appeared on the left side, (3) shows the right side which is more advanced and the mature hairline is starting to appear, and (4) shows the patient with his eyebrows lifted high and his forehead wrinkles showing where the hairline originally was, slightly below the widow’s peak that he still has. Many of the Reddit readers have experienced this, so seeing it in such a dramatic presentation will help all of you understand what you are experiencing when your hairline matures. This is not BALDING and finasteride will have no impact on this process!