I’m 21 and I want to do an FUE. Is it ok?

So i’ve been battling hair loss since i was 16-17 or younger(had a high hairline to start with so didn’t actually know) i’ve been on propecia and mnoxidio for around 3 years now and i have sabora too which i started treating with nizoral recently. I had a problem down there since i was younger cause of my abnormally large member and since fin i have weaker erections so i decided to stop doing fin and change that with prp treatments I’m seeing little hairs all over the hairline but no regrowth so i want to get a fue transplant Btw im nw2-3 cant decide but the men on both my parents side are bald And the hair loss i have is mainly in the hairline area Is there anyone who can advice me what to do? Its really taking a toll on me and my parents will pay for the treatment so i wont have a financial problem Thanks alot in advance your balding little brother.

Doing a hair transplant at your age would be a big mistake because you don’t know what is going to happen to you in a year or so. If you had a hair transplant now, in a year you would likely need another. Then when you did the second one, in a year you might need a third transplant. Do you get it, it never ends until your final hair loss pattern can be documented by a good doctor. Usually I can do it when a man reaches 25-26 years of age and the consider a hair transplant if indicated. An FUE is a hair transplant and I am the first to perform FUE and wrote the original articles on it so I know what I am talking about.

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