Hi, everyone. I was on this forum in 2015 when I first noticed my hair loss. Since thing I have just been waiting, hoping for the best, and treating what my doctor thought was subclinical thyroid. I had a lot of other symptoms back in 2015 as well - fatigue, brain fog, etc. - and since then my health, diet, and everything has gotten much better! I feel good! But, I have to face the facts, my hair loss is not getting better. It's only getting worse. I'm 32 years old. There is some mild hair thinning in my family. No one started this young and everyone now looks pretty okay (I haven't seen my mom in seven years but both my grandmothers have good hair for their age!). I don't have any other symptoms at this point except some darkening of the hair above my lip - this is very mild. I'm ready to start treatment to keep it from getting worse. I already have to keep my hair cut pretty short for volume, I can't pull my hair back for all the visible scalp and temple thinning, and I notice my part being wider, but I don't think others do yet. What kind of doctor should I see? Should I do a scalp biopsy to confirm Androgenetic Alopecia? Ask for Spironolactone? Hormones? Minoxidil? Thank you in advance for your responses!