1. Jose
    June 22, 2017 @ 9:44 am

    Oh my god, I don’t know what to do. My 15 yr old daughter is losing hair, I don’t know where to look or what to do. I dont want her to her depressed, I started losing my hair at a very young age and don’t want the same for my daughter. This shouldn’t be happening. I cry everyday but I don’t let her see me. I am her father and it kills me to see my daughter going through this, she is too young for this. She is a beautiful young girl and it kills me to see her suffering from this. Someone pls give me some advise. Help me please

  2. Arsh
    April 25, 2015 @ 11:59 pm

    we are in 21st century and i want to kw why the person to person hair transplantation has not yet found..many new technologies has been comin up..why cant this ..i think he or she who ever discover person to person hair transplantation will win a noble prize soon.bcoz in this world 90% people are suffering from hair problems

  3. David aka - TakingthePlunge
    June 19, 2012 @ 3:44 am


    Only time will tell if you will eventually regrow hair. There are many factors that can contribute to hair loss. However, since your physician has diagnosed a calcium deficiency leading to bone loss, you will certainly want to treat this condition and get it under control.

    While this condition may be the only reason for your balding, there may also be other factors at play like androgenic alopecia (genetic hair loss). Thus I recommend consulting with a dermatologist as well. You may want to start a regimen of medical hair loss treatments like Rogaine (minoxidil) and Propecia (finasteride). These drugs are FDA approved and clinically proven effective for the treatment of male pattern baldness.

    Do not blame yourself for your condition. Masturbation will not make you bald. This is one of many hair loss myths.

    Best of luck,


  4. rocky
    June 18, 2012 @ 7:05 am

    sir/madam..hi i am rocky, i want to tell you that i am suffering from excessive hair loss , partial baldness and thinning of hairs.I want to share my story with you and want to know whether my hairs will grow again naturally or not.. when i was 15 year old i had started doing masterbation, i done that on daily basis 3 or 4 times a day.Now i am 25 years old because of that excessive masterbation i feel loss of memory , pain in my body and thinning and soften of bones from head to legs.After suffering from this i have decided to consult a orthopedic doctor, doctor advise me to go under some test like blood calcium test and bone mineral test(bmd)test. when the result came doctor told me that i am suffering from bone deficiency my bmd t score is -0.4 and s score is -0.4.but he said it is curable but because of calcium deficiency my head also get smaller and shrinked and resulted hairloss . Now i just want to know whether i will get back my hairs again when i come into my proper shape…

    plz reply as soon as possible


  5. David aka - TakingthePlunge
    April 19, 2011 @ 1:51 am


    If I understand you correctly, you lost all of your hair when you were 7 months old and it has never regrown. What you describe may be a form of balding known as Alopecia Totalis. This condition is believed to be an autoimmune disorder resulting in loss of all head hair. In other words, your own body’s immune system may be attacking your hair follicles.

    Hair oils will not regrow your hair. I recommend consulting with a dermatologist specializing in hair loss. Only when you have a definite diagnosis can you begin to seek treatment.

    Best of luck!
    David (TakingThePlunge)

  6. Kumar
    April 15, 2011 @ 4:24 am

    Sir/madam, now I am 21 year old..i didnt get hair completely since
    my birth(i.e., i lost hair completly when i was 7 months old)…I think
    I met doctor(my parents told) when I was 7 months old,he said that
    hair will grew slowly…but I ddnt get till now..and also I ddnt meet
    any doctor… is it possible to know that I have hair follicles alive
    or not in my skin of head…does any hair oils help me to grew hair…

  7. kislay komal
    March 1, 2011 @ 8:50 am

    Hi marion landan,

    Can you please give me the contact details of that doctor?


  8. D Durango
    February 6, 2011 @ 6:40 am

    According to the link below it might be possible in the future?


    Dr. Amanda Reynolds keeps a close eye on her husband’s hair. Which is quite easy, because it’s growing on her forearm.

    She and her husband are researchers at the University of Durham in the U.K. Along with Columbia University dermatologist Angela Christiano, they’ve developed a new hair transplant technique.

    Dr. Christiano says you can’t transplant whole hair follicles from person to person. That’s because the immune system rejects them. But her team discovered you can transplant the follicle’s dermal sheath cells. These cells seem to be protected from the immune system.

  9. marion landan
    November 3, 2010 @ 2:01 am

    If blood transfusions from one person to another can be done without anti-rejection drugs, I don’t see why hair can’t be transplanted. I presume it would be very easy to tell if one person’s hair can be transplanted to another person’s scalp without rejection. Just take hair (even from a recently dead young corpse) and transplant some of it to one’s arm. If the hair continues to grow on the arm, it can probably be transplanted eventually to the scalp. In the future, one might be able to try several potential donors on their arm first, until they find a donor they don’t reject.

  10. Taghrid
    September 9, 2010 @ 5:33 am

    I heard about a doctor who is doing transplanting with artifical hear

  11. Bill - Managing Publisher
    July 19, 2009 @ 11:36 am


    Thanks for your comment. But like an organ transplant, without anit-rejection medication, hair follicles transplanted from one person to another will certainly be rejected. It would be interesting to learn more about this specific doctor’s research and to see if his research contradicts what dozens of leading hair transplant surgeons have said regarding this topic.

    Best wishes,

    Associate Publisher of the Hair Transplant Network, the Hair Loss Learning Center, and the Hair Loss Q&A Blog

  12. marion landan
    July 16, 2009 @ 10:20 pm

    Just want to correct what you are saying about hair transplanting from another person. The people do not have to be identical twins or even related to one another. I have been told by a retiring hair transplant expert who tried some of these surgeries that sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn’t. Just as there was a learning curve for transfusing blood, there are things not understood about why hair can be transplanted sometimes from an unrelated donor, and sometimes can’t even be transplanted between identical twins (possibly with the twins the bald brother had an infection that caused his original hair loss, after transplantation from his brother, his head swelled up and rejected the new hair).

    I have also been told that hair transplanting between people was made illegal in the United States several years ago — so doctors no longer try it.

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