Today’s hair loss sufferers can choose from a variety of proven treatment methods both surgical and non-surgical. From medications like Rogaine (minoxidil) and Propecia (finasteride) to hair replacement systems, concealers and, of course, hair transplant surgery.
For the average victim of hair loss, one or a combination of these treatments may be all they need to restore their confidence and put their fears about balding to bed. However, for a select few, unrealistic expectations, physiology or other factors may conspire to thwart their hairy hopes.
Does there eventually come a time when even the most tenacious follicular crusader should pack it in and learn to accept their hair loss?
After a massive shed, forum member “Steelie17” ponders the notion of stopping non-surgical hair loss treatments and “Throwing in the towel,” Should balding men and women fight their hair loss to the bitter end or cut their losses and give in to nature? Follow the link to add your opinion.
David – aka TakingThePlunge
Assistant Publisher and Forum Co-Moderator for the Hair Transplant Network, the Hair Loss Learning Center, the Hair Loss Q&A Blog, and the Hair Restoration Forum
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