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Hair fall, balding. Depression. Go for hair transplantation?

PLz help me explain my query. We all know roaccutane common side effect cause hairfall/thinning which could be temporary or permanent.But i want to know that does roaccutane cause hairfall on sides & back scalp hair region also called the donor area sometimes????? PLz note that my doctor said that roaccutane cause hairfall from only top/mid/crown scalp region area.He said roaccutane side effect does not cause hairfall/thinning on sides & back scalp region!!!!!(is it true)??? As i will have a hair tranplant in future,my only concern is that does it cause hairfall/thinning from sides & back(donon region)scalp area???Becz if it only cause hairfall/thinning from top region it doesnt matter,i m already getting bald & thinner hair from top.My concern is the only sides & back hair on the scalp region or area.Plz tell doctor as soon as possible.Thanks
Asked On : Tue, 23 Jan 2015
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welcome to healthcare magic forum
thank you for your query
you are really concern about your future hair also .
roaccutane has side effect of hair loss ,but it do not cause thinning of hair .
hair fall happen in all scalp in donor area also ,but it is temporary .
we have to see the risk benefit ratio,if it is compulsory to use roaccutane continue it for short time and if not needed than stop it .
i hope i answered your question
Answered: Thu, 7 Mar 2013
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