Good evening everyone, Well, my hair loss issues began in March and now in August I think my reproductive endocrinologist is very close to finding the real diagnosis and not the typical diagnosis of Androgenetic Alopecia. After my ultrasound yesterday, I do not have PCOS. Instead, I was told that based on my hormone results, it SEEMS that my ovaries are going into failure aka early menopause and I am only 24 years old (this would explain the hairloss). Now, this is not the final diagnosis. I was told that he is sure this is all because of my BIRTH CONTROL supressing my Anti-MÃ¼llerian hormone aka AMH because the other hormone level that goes with AMH is NORMAL. Had I been going through premature menopause both levels would be low and only one is. ALL my male hormones are elevated as well. To find out for sure? I am being taken off birth control as of yesterday for a month and I have to go for a repeat hormone panal on the first, second or third day of my next period to see if the AMH levels come up, if they dont then the answer is that my ovaries are indeed shutting down and I will not be able to have children. As I have said in my last post, my TE tappered off after 6 months of hell. Now, I am beyond scared it will start back up again and I am still dealing with the dammage left by the last shed. My options: Once we have a diagnosis, I will be placed back on birth control and Finasteride 5mg (half a pill to start) to combat the high male hormones and grow my hair back. That is the last thing my endo said to me yesterday. He knew I was in complete shock by the look on my face. I am beyond devistated by this news and I just graduated school and will be taking a board exam for the medical profession in 3 weeks, probably the most important test of my life to start my career. The stress and sadness I am feeling at this moment is absolutly unreal. Ladies, please ask your MD's for a complete hormone panal because hairloss could be the first clue of a much more bigger problem.