Okay I decided to just make a single official thread for myself to try and stick with. And I've got some pics for y'all to try and diagnose or give any feedback on. I noticed my hairloss (or well lack of hair growing) in the Fall of 2013. So far no slowing. I took these today for your viewing horror. Although I think I have loss all over, it's definitely the worst along the crown (which of course worries me that it's Androgenetic Alopecia), so that's where all the closeups are from. These last two are the same picture. I just cropped it so you could see a snippet of it at the full size: And to recap my situation: - Noticed the hair loss (or, well, lack of hair seeming to be growing) in Fall 2013. - I have an endocrine called Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia which results in excess androgens. I have the "mild" form of this. I've been treated for it since I was a teenager (29 now) and been on spironolactone (currently 50mg daily) since then. - When I saw my endocrinologist in March 2014, she said my "numbers were normal" and that the hair loss wasn't caused by my condition (I'm not so convinced). She did put me on a birth control pill, saying that would help with any additional excess androgens (nortrel 7/7/7). - Saw my GP in June 2014. He believed me and said he could see the hair loss on exam, which was good. Said to take iron and biotin and ran blood tests. My iron (ferritin) was low (9.9). Did the iron/biotin. No change. - Saw a dermatologist PA in December. He listened and said he thinks it's a combo of the CAH + recent stress (I had a death in the family Feb 2013) + poor iron. I'm skeptical but hopeful that he's right. He looked at my scalp under the big magnifier and said it looked "white and healthy". More blood tests. Said to take ferrous sulfate 325 twice daily and Vit D 2000 units daily. I need to go back for more bloodwork, and I have a scalp biopsy scheduled for March. - PA was open to increasing my Spironolactone, but said I should go through the endo as this was his first time seeing me. - Currently am playing phone tag with the endo. - No history of hair loss in either parent. In fact, my maternal grandfather had a full head of hair all his life. - By now I think I've lost at least 60% of my hair. I used to have tons of it.