If you discover a receding hairline while still in the early stages of male pattern baldness, certain medications such as Procepia, Finasteride or Rogaine may help you to regrow your hairline. Hang onto your hairline with the aid of this free video on receding hairlines and baldness.
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I'm Dr. Parsa Mohebi with US Hair Restoration. I will be discussing how to regrow a receding hairline. Basically, hairline recession, or thinning of the hair on the top, are the first symptoms of male pattern hair loss. If you're a man experiencing some hair loss, with family history of hair loss, you might want to see a doctor early on, when you see recession of the hairline, or thinning in the front or on the top, and get on some sort of treatment for prevention of hair loss, or to regrow hair. In fact, most of the medications that we have today, namely Propecia, or Finasteride, or Rogaine, or Minoxidil that you applied on the scalp and gently massage it to reach throughout the scalp, are helping to regrow hair to some degrees. Basically, that's for when you have miniaturization, and you haven't lost hair follicles completely. They may help to miniaturize hair, or very fine hairs to grow a little bit thicker. So, in that case, after six month to a year from the time that you start medication, you may experience some regrowth that's not continuously getting better and better, but that you may want to continue with the medication to maintain what you got. This is Dr. Parsa Mohebi with US Hair Restoration, and that was how to regrow a receding hairline.