I’m 19 and Male and the Doctor Told Me That My Hair Loss Was from Telogen Effluvium. What Can I Do About It?

Young men rarely get Telogen effluviums.  When it does happen, it goes away by itself.  If it does not go away, it is likely early genetic hair loss. If it is early genetic balding, it will not reverse.  You might want to see a doctor and get a HAIRCHECK test for a good baseline measurement to compare with future measurements so that you know what is happening with your balding pattern.

To learn more about HAIRCHECK tests, see here.

Get a virtual consultation with Dr. William Rassman and Dr. Jae Pak for hair loss options. You can learn more by scheduling an appointment.

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