Help I'm 19 and I think I'm losing the hair on the back of my head.I just started to develop this paranoia recently and I have no idea why, it just looks like I have less hair at the back of my head and like it's thinner. Please tell me I'm just being paranoid and this is all in my head .
(not really be perfectly honest please)
I agree with psycheskinner; the hair in that area is growing more upwards, because it is in the very top center of your head. From there, it grows and lays outward in all directions, creating that illusion of a bald spot. That's all it is: an illusion. You're fine.
No, that.s a normal parting spot. Because the hair in that area is going almost directly up it creates a visual illusion of thinning, but what I see there is totally normal hair thickness with a radial parting pattern. That's my take on it anyway.
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