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The first sign of hair loss is when you notice that your hair is falling out more than usual. The second sign is when you see it on your comb, your pillowcase and in front of the mirror. The third indication that you might need a transplant is when your scalp feels tender or painful to the touch, especially if there are any open wounds. Finally, if you notice increased sensitivity to sunlight or stress then this could be a symptom too! 
Whichever the cause, male pattern baldness or androgenetic alopecia is a hereditary condition. 
Androgenetic alopecia is a hereditary condition. It's caused by hormones, and it can be passed down from father to son, as well as mother to daughter. 
If your hair loss fits the bill, it's time to think about your next steps. 
In addition to seeing a hair loss specialist, you should also: 
See a GP or Dermatologist or internal medicine doctor if your PCOS causes other symptoms like irregular periods and/or excess facial hair. You may also need blood work done to check for hormone imbalances and diabetes. 
If you have alopecia areata (hair loss caused by autoimmune disease), see an immunologist or rheumatologist as well as a dermatologist. 
Although patients with thinning hair can actually be great candidates for hair transplant surgery, hair grafts are still not just as good as naturally growing hair. 
Although patients with thinning hair can actually be great candidates for hair transplant surgery, hair grafts are still not just as good as naturally growing hair. Hair grafts can be used to fill in bald spots, the aim is to create as natural a look as possible. For example, if you have a scar on your head from an accident that left a bald spot on top of your head, then the surgeon may use transplanted hairs to fill in this area. However, the transplanted hair will appear slightly different than your original natural hair would look in that spot and will likely stand out from its neighbours because it may be slightly thicker as its taken from the donor region at the back of the scalp. 
Hair grafts also have some cosmetic applications beyond filling in scars or disguising tattoos on the face or neckline of a patient's scalp; they can also be used by women who wear their hair long but want it styled in a natural U shape hair line when they may have a more manly hair line shape or MTF hair line reshaping for Transgender Clients. 
Don't fall for fake clinics. When it comes to hair transplants you get what you pay for. 
Hair transplants are becoming more and more popular. They are also a profitable business, as you can imagine. With that being said, fake clinics have started to pop up all over the place, especially in Turkey. These clinics will charge you a ridiculous price for bad work and then say "well if you paid £3000 here it would have been great". 
Do not fall for this trap! When it comes to hair transplants, you get what you pay for. Don't be cheap when it comes to getting your hair fixed because if you do so then think about what kind of life style tweaks that might make in order to afford these procedures again (and again). It's always better safe than sorry when it comes down to your own health! 
Before going elsewhere or even contemplating about having a cheap hair transplant done abroad you must make sure that the person who is doing this has experience with both men's and women's scalps since each one requires different techniques depending on its texture & thickness levels and pattern of hair loss which could affect the surgical outcome following on from hair transplant surgery. 
If you're worried about losing your hair, don't hesitate to see a specialist at Elite Hair Restoration Ltd. Hair transplants are not only safe but also very common in the United Kingdom today. If you're worried about cost or whether or not it will work, just remember that there are many options out there and some of them might be more affordable than others depending on your situation. 
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