What One should do, when we have hair complication in early 20s

By: Nick Foster


See it is common sense, whenever you do have any complications related to your health then it is very important to consult with the specialist and take proper cure about it. And for hair transplant, one should meet good cosmetic surgeon to take advice and if there is any possibility to stop the hair fall if you have already lost your hair then what can be the best way to go about Hair Transplant. When you take any decision about you health prior to anything than take consultation with a good doctor, verify all information about him so that there should be no complication with your health. Ethical considerations are especially important when the patient is vulnerable, distressed, and not yet an adult. The minor with hair loss should not be “pushed” into any decisions regarding hair restoration, especially surgery, and should be educated and counseled against making any hasty decisions that may not be in his best interest.

There are many way to see that how you Physician is performing and he may ask different type of question like “If there are any doubt please feel free to ask?’’ Or alist might give a minor with hair loss is: “Don’t panic. I understand. Male pattern hair loss is a common, inherited condition and it is normal to be bothered by it. We can almost certainly find a way to manage it by making decisions tailored to your individual needs.”

When the patient is a minor, the physician hair restoration specialist must insist that a parent or legal guardian be involved in the decision-making. Inclusion of a parent or legal guardian resolves questions of legal responsibility and gives the patient support in making informed decisions. Close parental support is important in the success of any treatment recommended to a minor.

No recommendations for treatment will be made until the physician hair restoration specialist has determined the cause of hair loss. While male pattern hair loss is the most common reason for hair loss in men there are many other causes that need to be considered and ruled out (Click hair loss and male pattern baldness for information about causes of hair loss). Hasty treatment before a diagnosis is established may be ineffective and could be counter-productive.

What treatment is a physician hair restoration specialist likely to recommend?

The physician’s first goal is to educate the patient with regard to the cause, progression and long-term ramifications of hair loss as well as any treatment for hair loss. Because hair transplant has high public acceptance as a successful method of hair restoration, the young man may consider it his first option for treatment. However, most leading physician hair restoration specialists do not consider hair transplantation a good option for most men under age 21.Hair Transplant may rarely be an option for individual young men under age 21 when indicated by individual patient characteristics.

Hair transplantation may not be a good hair restoration option for young men because, among other reasons:

•The pattern and progression of hair loss has usually not been fully revealed at this early age.

•Hair transplantation performed this early may be less than desirable later in life when the pattern and progression of hair loss has been more fully revealed.

•It is difficult to design a surgical procedure that will look natural and appropriate for the rest of the patient’s life.

•Once hair transplantation is begun, future surgeries are required to maintain a natural appearance.

•Unfortunate results of hair transplantation performed too early may have to be surgically corrected later.

•Even with parental guidance, it is difficult for a minor to make informed adult decisions regarding elective surgery.

Hair Transplant may eventually be the best approach to treatment of the patient’s hair loss. An interim option often recommended by leading physician hair restoration specialists is non-surgical treatment with monoxide (Rogaine®) and finasteride (Propecia®)—the only hair restoration medications approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and scientifically proven to successfully treat hair loss. Treatment with monoxide and finasteride can slow hair loss and give the appearance of more hair by adding density to miniaturized hair follicles.. Slowing the progression of hair loss before and after age 21 improves the opportunity for successful hair transplantation later.

In selected cases a physician hair restoration specialist may perform a small “forelock” transplant to provide immediate improvement in the patient’s temporal frontal hairline. In only very rare cases would a physician hair restoration suggest aggressive treatment with hair transplantation.

The cost of consulting a physician hair restoration specialist may be less than the cost of multiple ineffective “miracle cures” purchased from vendors advertising on the Internet, TV, radio, or in print media. The professional advice and support of a physician member of the ISHRS will be invaluable to a young man who feels devastated by the early loss of hair.

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