Could Hair Loss at 20 Signal Higher Prostate Cancer Risk?

bdhilton
bdhilton Member Posts: 813 Member
Well I am not sure about this one since most guys I know with PCa have a full set of hair...but then again anything is possible... http://www.pcf.org/site/c.leJRIROrEpH/b.6575059/k.5EE4/Could_Hair_Loss_at_20_Signal_Higher_Prostate_Cancer_Risk.htm

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  • jminnj
    jminnj Member Posts: 129
    I fall into both of the last
    I fall into both of the last two reports, balding by 18 and the Ring Finger longer than the Index Finger.
  • randy_in_indy
    randy_in_indy Member Posts: 496 Member
    jminnj said:

    I fall into both of the last
    I fall into both of the last two reports, balding by 18 and the Ring Finger longer than the Index Finger.

    I knew there was a reason!
    Why you were such a good bowler!!!!

    Randy
  • hopeful and optimistic
    hopeful and optimistic Member Posts: 2,333 Member
    I have all my hair, but
    ....I have it cut every month or so....and I am out of my mind
  • lion1
    lion1 Member Posts: 241

    I have all my hair, but
    ....I have it cut every month or so....and I am out of my mind

    Statistics
    Once you got what you got----statistics go out the window----------------so much for all those tomatoes I ate growing up(Italian)----so much for never being overweight------so much for never smoking-------------get my drift!

    Statistics are mis-leading-- cause way to much worry---- and are only statistics.


    But I will say this, if you are living a healthy life---your chances are better when you actually do get diagnosed with something.


    I say all this not to offend, only to iterate that after going through what I did, and what I continue to be challenged with, statistics just tick me off.

    Lion1
  • CharlieG
    CharlieG Member Posts: 67
    lion1 said:

    Statistics
    Once you got what you got----statistics go out the window----------------so much for all those tomatoes I ate growing up(Italian)----so much for never being overweight------so much for never smoking-------------get my drift!

    Statistics are mis-leading-- cause way to much worry---- and are only statistics.


    But I will say this, if you are living a healthy life---your chances are better when you actually do get diagnosed with something.


    I say all this not to offend, only to iterate that after going through what I did, and what I continue to be challenged with, statistics just tick me off.

    Lion1

    Statistics
    I hear you. I do think, however, that if the stats help encourage one more man to check out his situation and become aware of his condition, then perhaps they were worth it.