Matt* started to lose his hair at the early age of 18. In three short years he had gone from a youthful, full head of hair to needing to grow his hair into a comb-over to try and cover up the sizable balding patch on his crown and in his temples.
His hair loss had been so startling that he had spoken to his GP about it. Matt had expected hair loss as his father and grandfather had gone bald, but he had never expected such rapid loss before he had finished his teenage years. He told his doctor that he had tried using a hair loss solution that he had gotten at the chemist, but it had not stopped his hair from falling out. After ruling out any underlying medical conditions the GP prescribed medication known to have positive effects for hair loss. Unfortunately for Matt this did not produce the changes he was looking for either.
Now 21 years old, Matt responded to an advert he had seen on the television by going online to contact Ashley and Martin. His consultant listened and understood as he described how his hair loss had affected his self-esteem, she then discussed family and medical history with him. She diagnosed Matt with Male Pattern Hair Loss, Norwood Va and presented him with a way to achieve the outcomes he was hoping for. Both Matt and his girlfriend with whom he had attended the appointment with were delighted that help had been so easy to find. He signed up for a RealGROWTH® program instantly.
It did not take long before the effects of his genetic predisposition were reversed and Matt’s hair returned. The difference was so astounding that it was not just his girlfriend who noticed and commented, but their friends as well. His friends could not believe the change they had seen take place in under twelve weeks.
At the sixteen week mark Matt was contacted to make an appointment for an Ashley and Martin Review. Matt told his consultant he was pleased to find it had been quite easy to achieve impressive results in only four months. With his hair returning Matt felt much happier; a weight has been lifted.
*name changed to protect privacy