• Hair Transplant Documentary – Call To Action

    Spencer Kobren speaks with Los Angeles hair transplant surgeon and IAHRS accepted member, Parsa Mohebi, M.D., about an exciting educational film project which intends to accurately document and portray the reality of the hair transplant process.

    A pro bono procedure is being offered to the right candidate who is willing to be the subject of this documentary. If interested in this opportunity, you can upload a video (no longer than five minutes) of yourself discussing why you think you would make a good candidate for a hair transplant, and what this procedure would mean to you. Video submissions will be accepted via Dr. Mohebi’s Facebook page until January 16, 2015 https://www.facebook.com/ParsaMohebiMD

    ‘s The Bald Truth is internationally syndicated through the GFQ Network

  • I Won’t Give Up The Fight: Jarrod’s Hair Loss Story

    Dear Spencer Kobren,

    I thought I’d share my hair loss story with you. You might remember me from You-Tube. I asked you a question once and showed you some pics of my hair. I’ve called into the show one time before too. Thanks again for making such a great show. I watch it all the time on Stickam.

    I heard about your MTV Hair Loss Documentary special and I would love to be apart of it. Here’s my information. If you need any more info, just let me know.

    My Hair Loss Story

    I’ve been losing my hair for the past year or two. I was diagnosed with Male Pattern Baldness in 2007. My dad and his brother were both bald, their father was bald too. So I guess I got those bald genes too. I started to lose my hair at 19. It didn’t get worse until I turned 20 though. I’m currently 21 now. I first tried Rogaine & Rogaine Foam, but that irritated my scalp and caused my psoriasis to flare up again. So I quit that. My dermatologist then put me on Propecia 1 mg. I tried Propecia for a year, I never missed one dosage. When ever I took a shower or combed my hair it would just fall out like crazy. I’ve heard Propecia can cause you to shed when you first start on it. I took it over a year and still lost my hair. My hair loss is all in my crown area and near my hair line. From what I’ve read online the type of hair loss I have is called diffuse male pattern baldness.  I still have hair, but it is very thin. It’s getting to the point were it’s hard to cover it up now. I try my best to make it look like I don’t have any bald spots. When the wind blows I’m pretty much screwed! My friend’s keep telling me to shave my head, saying it will grow back thicker. I think they are idiots, if I shave my head I’d look like an alien.

    So of course I freaked out and tried all kinds of things to get my hair back. So far I haven’t had any luck with any of them. I worry about my hair loss constantly. I feel like everyone is just looking at it. I know it could be a whole lot worse. To me though it’s just horrible and like a horror movie! I feel like my youth has been drained away.

    I won’t give up the fight just yet. I’m currently taking Proscar 5 mg and cutting it in half. I still lose hair, but still have some left to work with. Hopefully one day I’ll get some luck and get my hair back. If not then I guess I better get use to wearing hats. I could save up for a hair transplant, but those look way to risky. I wouldn’t want someone sticking thousands of holes in my head.




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