About Me: Male, 36, Windsor, ON, member since Mar 2011
I am a 30 year old male attending college full time.
I lived here in Ontario all my life.
[More] Stressing, single, losing my hair very fast, and worried about a lot of things.
I can't sleep at night, and during the day I feel very sensative, sometimes aggrevated as well, and very emotional to the point that's too much.
"Yes I have experienced hair loss in the front of my head, developing a wider receding hair line, the tingly feeling, etc. the same way you have been.
And I read on a website that I'll give you as soon as I get home and find it.
It's a ..."
"The spell check is only so you can know the details.
I did not want you to confuse color with collar.
One is a bone, the other is a fade. lol
Now about the hair, I'm not worried about my looks.
I'm worried about my health.
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