Abdur Rahman Butt, Muhammad Asad Khan, Zohaib Asghar
Change in hair colour is an inevitable phenomenon that affects as one ages. It affects all age groups especially during 40 years of age. Premature graying of hair (PGH) refers to loss of hair color before the age of 25 years. The objective of this study was to determine the prevalence of gray hair in the medical respondents studying in FUMC and its effects on various things. The study design was descriptive cross-sectional study. Total time was 5 weeks for data collection and analysis, results were analyzed suing statistical software. The results were mixed and showed comparable number of respondents had premature gray hair. No statistically difference was found regarding their opinion how frequently graying of hair is noticed (p-value=.011), prema-ture graying if hair is a sign of old age and loss of health(p-value=0.215) and premature graying of hair hin-ders one from participating in social activities (p-value= 0.115).