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Old 08-09-2012, 06:32 AM
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It should like normal tied back. Lots of men have their head up at the right or slicked back and, if done right, looks completely normal. I've also seen quite a few results where the men have grown long hair (of particular interest to me) and again, looks great.

Have you looked up female patient results? That should give you a better understanding.

Shock loss, as far as I've read, all grows back within a few months, I don't know if you're going bald but I'd suggest taking another photo of it in a month, two months, three months etc and comparing to see if there's any change.
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Old 08-09-2012, 07:01 AM
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Dear TommyL,

Thanks for your comments! I have looked up female patients, but I think I haven't met enough HT patients in real life to be confident of HT - time I start seeking them out in my country for a meet up!

I always wonder if the patch at my crown is just natural (because I naturally have thinner and lesser hair) or I have genetic balding, the slow kind..that may not show within 3 months Though it does appear that the patch has gotten obvious this year!
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Old 08-11-2012, 07:26 AM
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The link only showed a diagram of the hair follicules and skin layers, I have no idea why it was deleted by the moderator.

Anyway, it was responding your question of whether when you pull one hair out with their follicules, would it regrow? The answer is generally: Yes.
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