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I have only reached the age of 34 and I have hardly any kesh left at the top my head.

Its getting so bad, it looks like I'm deliberating shaving or something. I've tried every remedy such as castor oil, sesame oil, giving my kesh air, caffeine shampoos etc.

Besides the back of my head I have hardly anything left, is this normal? I'm the oldest Keshdhari Singh in my family so have no one to ask or use as a reference. 

The other older males in my family are monay but all bold so it might be hereditary?

TBH no body really knows what's happening under a dastaar but I have never know of bold Singhs?

 

 

 

 

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Singh jee, did you know that even great sant sipahi bhinderanwale also had the baldness problem as he was still very young.

it is not bad and it is natural by Waheguru sahib. Eat healthy food and avoid bad lifestyle.

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Lookup Balayam by Swami Ram Dev - it increases blood flow to scalp, so simple but it works

Do 1 - 2 hours daily without fail for few months 

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Hello 

Have you tried using a derma roller? A lot of people have made videos about it on youtube. Check them out. 

Also rub the skin above your nails together, both hands.

Lots of water and healthy eating too. 

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On 8/31/2020 at 10:40 PM, Guest Singh said:

WJKK WJKF

I have only reached the age of 34 and I have hardly any kesh left at the top my head.

Its getting so bad, it looks like I'm deliberating shaving or something. I've tried every remedy such as castor oil, sesame oil, giving my kesh air, caffeine shampoos etc.

Besides the back of my head I have hardly anything left, is this normal? I'm the oldest Keshdhari Singh in my family so have no one to ask or use as a reference. 

The other older males in my family are monay but all bold so it might be hereditary?

TBH no body really knows what's happening under a dastaar but I have never know of bold Singhs?

 

 

 

 

Bro, there are loads of treatments out there. Depending on which country your from, there are also hair clinics. 

But the first thing I suggest is you vist your doctor, and see what they say .

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Hi, Please contact Dr Rajneesh Homeopathy in Chandigarh. He is a expert in Skin and Hair. He cured my brother's psoriasis problem and hair fall problem. He has almost 400 reviews on google maps, and a 5/5 in rating. Hes a super nice guy, down to earth.

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On 9/1/2020 at 5:40 AM, Guest Singh said:

WJKK WJKF

I have only reached the age of 34 and I have hardly any kesh left at the top my head.

Its getting so bad, it looks like I'm deliberating shaving or something. I've tried every remedy such as castor oil, sesame oil, giving my kesh air, caffeine shampoos etc.

Besides the back of my head I have hardly anything left, is this normal? I'm the oldest Keshdhari Singh in my family so have no one to ask or use as a reference. 

The other older males in my family are monay but all bold so it might be hereditary?

TBH no body really knows what's happening under a dastaar but I have never know of bold Singhs?

 

 

 

 

If you kesh is dropping off on you head it is Vaheguru's Hukam.Accept it.Thats the only thing we can do.

 

On 9/2/2020 at 7:22 AM, S1ngh said:

Singh jee, did you know that even great sant sipahi bhinderanwale also had the baldness problem as he was still very young.

it is not bad and it is natural by Waheguru sahib. Eat healthy food and avoid bad lifestyle.

And like what this veerji mentioned.Sant Jarnail Singh ji Khalsa Bhindranwale also had a baldness problem.So it's fine.As you mentioned you tried many types of things but it did not work.Now just accept Hukam.

Bhul Chuk Maf 😀🙏

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It's over, bro. No amount of quack cures are going to cure hereditary hair loss. Just pray a stiff wind never reveals your hidden shame. Unlike a mona, at least you can pretend there's flowing locks underneath your dastaar. Count that as a blessing.

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On 8/31/2020 at 10:40 PM, Guest Singh said:

WJKK WJKF

I have only reached the age of 34 and I have hardly any kesh left at the top my head.

Its getting so bad, it looks like I'm deliberating shaving or something. I've tried every remedy such as castor oil, sesame oil, giving my kesh air, caffeine shampoos etc.

Besides the back of my head I have hardly anything left, is this normal? I'm the oldest Keshdhari Singh in my family so have no one to ask or use as a reference. 

The other older males in my family are monay but all bold so it might be hereditary?

TBH no body really knows what's happening under a dastaar but I have never know of bold Singhs?

 

 

 

 

Don’t worry too much about hair loss, it’s not under your control. As long as you are able to do a small knot on the top of your head and wear a turban and it’s a request, please, don’t stop wearing your Sikhi saroop no matter what happens.  All the best.

https://www.medic8.com/healthguide/hair-loss/male-hair-loss/sikh-men.html

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1 hour ago, MisterrSingh said:

It's over, bro. No amount of quack cures are going to cure hereditary hair loss. Just pray a stiff wind never reveals your hidden shame. Unlike a mona, at least you can pretend there's flowing locks underneath your dastaar. Count that as a blessing.

You can reverse it. One side of my hairline was thinning and I started using a dermaroller and the hairs now growing back. But it takes time, been doing it for over a year. 

I think using blades on your hair when mona damages your hair. 

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On 8/31/2020 at 10:40 PM, Guest Singh said:

WJKK WJKF

I have only reached the age of 34 and I have hardly any kesh left at the top my head.

Its getting so bad, it looks like I'm deliberating shaving or something. I've tried every remedy such as castor oil, sesame oil, giving my kesh air, caffeine shampoos etc.

Besides the back of my head I have hardly anything left, is this normal? I'm the oldest Keshdhari Singh in my family so have no one to ask or use as a reference. 

The other older males in my family are monay but all bold so it might be hereditary?

TBH no body really knows what's happening under a dastaar but I have never know of bold Singhs?

 

 

 

 

I would visit doctor to eliminate auto-immune issues as these can come up , also if you have had a trauma such as a severe illness e.g. glandular fever, iron loss can cause extreme shedding

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