The first thing to find out is whether you have genetically determined hair loss. At your age, you are likely to have your hair fall
under the effect of hormones secreted by your body, a condition known as androgenetic alopecia
. Males develop loss of their scalp
hair under the effect of these hormones and this is more prominent in those who have a history of early hair loss in their families.
I understand that you have tried a lot of therapies for hair loss but usually this cannot be prevented because of the genetically determined loss of hair. Other medications to stop hair fall might result in side effects that can be troublesome. Therefore, the final therapy is always hair transplantation
using the genetically resistant hair on the back of your head.
This form of treatment gives rise to permanent hair over the areas transplanted although some loss can occur over the years. It is important to note that areas destined for hair loss would not be affected by the transplant procedure so that you might need a repeat procedure in a few years time.
I therefore suggest hair transplantation as the best solution for your problem. You can get in touch with a plastic surgeon regarding the same.