Male Pattern Baldness


Male Pattern Baldness

Join today to meet, support and share information with others who are living with male pattern baldness.

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Comment by Beth on July 10, 2016 at 5:41pm

Hello, To all those with MPB:

I am a female, very much looking  for treatments.

I can recommend some other, free, websites that have the mission of finding THE REAL DEAL: treatments that work for AGA, female and male.

They are:

All 3 websites wish to find treatments that work, and want your ideas and input. Together, we can push for treatments.

Thank you,


Comment by JeffreySF on May 15, 2016 at 11:53pm

You could look into micro pigmentation and see if thats an option you would be willing to try.

Comment by MattHurts on May 15, 2016 at 5:55pm
I'm 22 and have been losing my hair since I was around 17. It's got to a stage where I can't hide it any more but I can't bring myself to shave it all off.
Comment by ResearchAcrossAmerica on March 10, 2016 at 3:42pm

Research Across America is conducting a medical research study for those suffering from Androgenetic Alopecia (Male Pattern Baldness). This is the most common form of alopecia. This research study compensates for time and travel. If you live in the Dallas/ Plano, Texas area and are interested in this research study please call 972-4-DOCTOR or visit: for more information.

Comment by BTB (John) on April 3, 2011 at 7:04pm
Transplant In Bangkok very cheap a
Safe and no-one my best friend never noticed he thought I grew it back after keeping it short it was something I was Blaise about until my hairdresser showed me the newest techniques but at $30000a treatment in Australia my vanity was well and truly satisfied I looked fine with a shiny head and I live in a hot area so conscience solved ego sated. Then I read about Bangkok $7000 and my ego rose again like a Phoenix from my dead follicles and over I went one treatment was improved things but I was no George Clooney so went for a second still Clooney but getting past the point of baldness being a deal breaker, had my last treatment three in all a year ago and don't regret doing it at all.I am spending my day thinking how much hair I have on my mind but when I catch my reflection my first thought is who that handsome bastards with that shock hair then see its I look in the mirror at the gym a lot one member commented I really watch technique could break his heart and say I was working new hair styles. Pat (wife 43 years is alopecian and the irony of her pre AA comments have come back to bite her on her very lovely arse much to my hidden delight. One the bathroom is full of my hair products and I go round swishing my hair and of putting the sunroof down the sweet joy hair in the morning it smells like victory. Try it guys email will give the web site and before anyone antsy my wife and I are fine with our AA banter if you offended by comments I apologize but I won't change until I am convinced they really have damaged someone. At least on reply would nice hood or bad. Just one rule guys I can give it but I can't take it otherwise go for it. John of the transplanted hair
Comment by Antony Ramirez on September 28, 2010 at 3:02pm
Hi, I think a shaved head is the best solution for MPB. That's what I do, and love it.....
Comment by Julian White on June 30, 2009 at 5:05pm
Hey Thanks Sean. Trust me, in the ten years I have been looking for a hair transplant doctor, I have seen plenty. I will take a look at the website to see them anyways. Thanks for the luck. I will be going to the center tomorrow for an appointment. Hopefully it goes well and my tenderness and itchiness goes away!
Comment by Sean Carlin on June 27, 2009 at 2:37pm
Yo Julian.. I would check out There are a lot of horror stories with transplants.. I wish you luck with yours though. Let us know how it goes
Comment by Julian White on June 25, 2009 at 4:36pm
My baldness is in my crown area. My hair dresser told me that I should cut my hair and it will look less noticeable but boy was she wrong! After ten years of battling with it, I decided to get a hair transplant. I am 6 weeks in now.
Comment by Sean Carlin on May 30, 2009 at 1:57am
I shaved mine the second it started to recede. My whole male side is bald. It is what it is. Sometimes it gets to me but that's just my ungrateful side coming out. Don't worry guys (and girls) We're all sexy

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