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Old 10-02-2012, 04:44 PM
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Well it's got to the point with my hair that I知 so low on confidence that I so want to restore my hair to get my life back.
I'm a 41 year old male living in Kent, uk.
I first noticed my hair getting thinner in my late 20's. It has been a gradual process and something that has worried me now for so long.
To most people my hair looks ok. I can style it in a way that it looks normal.
It's only in the last 6 months that it's getting harder to hide my thinning hair.
It has got to the stage that it has taken over my life. I have no confidence in the way I look. I separated from my wife three years ago and currently live and work on my own.
It is getting to the stage where I知 happier staying in so I don't have to put wax in my thinning hair.
I have been in a new relationship for 5 months, but my all time low of confidence is now affecting this relationship.
I know I will not get through this stage of my life if I don't try to do something about it.
Last year I did a year痴 treatment at the Belgravia centre in London. I used the Propecia and minoxidil treatment that just didn't work. It seems since I stopped my hair loss has increased.
I guess I知 after advice on what I should do next.
I know I will have to pay a hefty sum of money to try to do anything about it.
But I know if whatever I do is a success will make me happy again.
Is the best option for me to have a hair transplant? What are the costs.
Any replies would be greatly appreciated.
Many thanks
Hell Iamx121,

Great that you are reaching out for help there is plenty here. The surgeons listed here are the best. Many of them treat patients from all over the world, Priority is a proper consultation and evaluation. Set one up as soon as possible. Understanding your options and setting expectations is the most prudent path. Today's HT are natural and undetectable even to most stylist. All the Best, Michael
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Old 10-30-2012, 12:44 PM
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You can borrow my clippers dude. A #2 methinks.
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Just get the clippers buzzing, you've got a good shaped bonce, you'll look like a beast of a man.
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Old 10-30-2012, 06:28 PM
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Well it's got to the point with my hair that I知 so low on confidence that I so want to restore my hair to get my life back.
I'm a 41 year old male living in Kent, uk.
I first noticed my hair getting thinner in my late 20's. It has been a gradual process and something that has worried me now for so long.
To most people my hair looks ok. I can style it in a way that it looks normal.
It's only in the last 6 months that it's getting harder to hide my thinning hair.
It has got to the stage that it has taken over my life. I have no confidence in the way I look. I separated from my wife three years ago and currently live and work on my own.
It is getting to the stage where I知 happier staying in so I don't have to put wax in my thinning hair.
I have been in a new relationship for 5 months, but my all time low of confidence is now affecting this relationship.
I know I will not get through this stage of my life if I don't try to do something about it.
Last year I did a year痴 treatment at the Belgravia centre in London. I used the Propecia and minoxidil treatment that just didn't work. It seems since I stopped my hair loss has increased.
I guess I知 after advice on what I should do next.
I know I will have to pay a hefty sum of money to try to do anything about it.
But I know if whatever I do is a success will make me happy again.
Is the best option for me to have a hair transplant? What are the costs.
Any replies would be greatly appreciated.
Many thanks
Hello Lamx121,

Most of us here emphasis with you mate. The answer is short and simple. Choose a recommended surgeon from those here on HTN and get a consult and evaluation right away. They will help you set the best course through options available for You. All the Best, Michael.
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Old 10-30-2012, 07:21 PM
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Lamx121,

Great news that you are pro-active in your approach. Good luck with everything! You have picked the best Dr and Im sure that all will go well. Good luck! Keep us updated!
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Old 10-31-2012, 03:45 AM
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Hello Lamx121,

Most of us here emphasis with you mate. The answer is short and simple. Choose a recommended surgeon from those here on HTN and get a consult and evaluation right away. They will help you set the best course through options available for You. All the Best, Michael.
Cheers for the reply. I'm 10 days post op with Dr Feller. My life has got a whole better since a wrote this. Sorting my hair out and a few months of going to the gym sorted me out.
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Just get the clippers buzzing, you've got a good shaped bonce, you'll look like a beast of a man.
My hair nevers look good short tried it many times
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Big congratulations to you. Feller is amazing! Heal and grow well my friend, You future is looking up! Brilliant!
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It's so good to see another success story . Good job Dr Feller !
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buddy, ur hair is amazing for 41. i think ur letting this get to you way too much., i would not get a HT with ur stage of balding. to be honest i dont see any balding besides a little high hairline. but do u really want a hairline like a 14 year old. come on man.
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