What is the best treatment for hair loss? I am a 25 yr old male with a bald spot and receeding hair line.

HAIR LOSS. Rogaine (minoxidil) seems to work well for many of my patients. A dermatologist would be one to consult. He or she might recommend an oral medication that also seems ot help.

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I am experiencing hair loss. I have one bald spot and it is very prominent. I'm only 21 years old.?

Alopecia. First we need to know if you have been pulling your own hair. If that's not the case, there are potentially other causes including stress, an autoimmune disorder, or a hormonal disorder which will require a doctor's evaluation. Consult a dermatologist if this problem persists.
Unfortunately. MALE PATTERN BALDNESS often begins in the twenties! Suggest you consider MINOXIDIL containing hair preparations (remember the hair which arrives as a result of MINOXIDIL RX is NOT PERMANENT and you will need to keep up such preparations to keep up your new hair! Hope this is helpful! Dr Z.
Get seen. A single spot is unusual for male pattern baldness and you are young. Telogen effluvium and alopecia areata can produce one spot in a guy your age.

What could be causing hair loss in my 4 year old? There are no noticeable bald spot, just clumps of hair falling out.

Alopecia Areata. Alopecia areata is a common autoimmune skin disease resulting in the loss of hair on the scalp and elsewhere on the body. It usually starts with one or more small, round, smooth patches on the scalp and can progress to total scalp hair loss (alopecia totalis) or complete body hair loss (alopecia universalis).

I have been severely underweight for seven years, and I'm experiencing hair loss since then and now I have a bald spot. Are these coonected?

Yes. This typically happens if you aren't getting the proper nutrients to keep your body "running". If you are going to eat something, make sure it is high in needed nutrients.

I have been experiencing hair loss. And because of that, I now have a bald spot on my crown area. Its been there for 6 years. Please help.

Find the cause. Others may tell you that this is something called alopecia areata, but that usually does not last 6 years. If it has happened slowly over time, it is probably a hereditary and/or hormonal issue. Treatments are available for most forms of alopecia, once the cause is determined. See a dermatologist.