I Just Saw a Bald Spot — Do I Observe It or Go Right to a Doctor?
I’ve only just noticed I have bald spot after someone mentioned it, it is in an awkward place to see in the mirror. The bald spot is only at the crown area and I haven’t noticed any other hair loss anywhere else. However I do think my hair has thinned recently (last year or so). Do you have any suggestions as to what I should do next -see a GP, observe for a few months etc.?
I’m only 21 years old and I’m quite self conscious now that I’ve had comments about it.
Thanks in advance for any help.
You can consider a visit to our office in Los Angeles if you’re local or planning a trip out this way (the consultation is free). Otherwise see a good doctor, perhaps your family doctor, who will be able to determine what you have and what you can do about it.
If you think it is the beginning of male pattern baldness, you certainly want to see about starting treatment early… but I don’t know what is causing your bald spot at this point. I often mention the Master Plan when considering future hair loss. Educate yourself.
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