Losing hair my boyfriend is 47 years old. He's very sensitive about his hair loss. He says that his hair loss is from wearing hats. Can that happen? Is there a way to get that hair back? He was thinking about trying rogaine. Do you think that would

Not From Hats! Male pattern hair loss is a progressive condition that is inherited. Hormones trigger progressive miniaturization of hair follicles until they die. Medical treatments (minoxidil, finasteride, laser therapy, PRP) help prevent hair loss, but do not revive "dead" follicles. However, NeoGraft FUE hair transplants are minimally-invasive, comfortable, natural, permanent way to restore hair to the area.
No and Yes. No...male pattern baldness is genetic and hats have nothing to do with this condition. Yes...hair transplantation is effective, finasteride can slow or stop hair loss but will only rarely regrow hair. Opinions differ on Rogaine, (minoxidil) but its effects seem modest.
Hair. Hair loss in men is common and is an inherited trait. Wearing hats doesn't cause it. Male pattern baldness often improves with over-the-counter Minoxidil (rogaine (minoxidil) is the brand name, but it is available as a generic drug), though individual response varies. Another agent that can help is finasteride, which requires a prescription. Hair transplantation is another option, though it can be very expensive.