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Hair loss on crown of head, bald patches on scalp. Will morr-f solution help?

Hi Doc, I m 42, I have had very healthy hair all my life, but since last year i have noticed hair loss at the center of the head, and i could see my scalp , though the hair loss i understand is due to age, but is it advisable to use Morr F Solution? If Yes, how long I should use it. Plz advice. Warm Regards
Asked On : Wed, 26 Dec 2012
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Yes, from your history it appears that you have androgenetic alopecia which is a genetically determined hair loss. All forms of solutions can only temporarily stall the process but not in ever case so that people would not derive the same results with treatment even for a prolonged period. Ultimately the process would continue. The only recommended procedure is hair transplantation which transfers genetically resistant hairs from the back of your scalp to your bald area and produces really good results which are long term. Other treatment modalities like mesotherapy can be detrimental.
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