|I am a 26 year old male, and am starting to lose my hair around the crown and front regions. Four years ago, I started chemo and lost all of my hair. Then, my hair was super thick and had to be thinned out regularly. When my hair came back it was more like a baby’s hair, very fine. Each individual hair was finer than it had been before. For two years after the chemo, my hair stayed at a steady thickness, not as thick as before treatment, but managable. Two years ago, I was very stressed and noticed drastic changes; my hair was falling out rapidly within a month of the stress starting. Throughout that year, it leveled some, but I was still losing a lot. Currently, and for the last year (the stress has seized) I havent had abnormal hair loss, but my crown is starting to show and no hair is regrowing for some reason. Is PRP treatment something that may fit my needs?|
|Your case is a particularly interesting one and you would have to do it and see what happens. It certainly can’t hurt you. If the hair follicles still exist, it might be an effective treatment for you. If you are in the San Diego area, I would be happy to meet with you and discuss further.|
Have a question of your own? Ask the doc your PRP question today.