I got diagnosed with Androgenetic Alopecia by 2 different doctors (dermatologists) in my early 20's. They said it was Androgenetic Alopecia because of the pattern of the hairloss and miniaturized hairs. I've been on Dianette/Diane 35 since I was around 16 to help my skin and I've tried cyptoterone after being dinagnosed, which I stopped in the meantime because I didn't notice a difference. I've been vegetarian since I was 13. I'm now 26. I can't be without a topper anymore and I worry some day soon I won't even have enough hair to hold it. My father is 54 and I don't have a lot more hair than him. The other day I went to see my grandma and noticed all the elderly people around her seemed to have a lot more hair than me. Is this normal? I also seem to get very itchy scalp if I don't wash it every day and some painful "bumps" too. The thinning of my hair seems to be mainly on my hairline and crown, but it's also very thin on the sides and back. I don't know what to do. I feel too self conscious to go to the doctors again, specially since they'll just say the same. I thought maybe someone here would be able to see something I'm missing Thank you.