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Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) Discuss and share your photos, experiences and results related to the Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) hair transplant procedure, including its advantages, disadvantages and who is an ideal candidate.

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Old 05-14-2018, 09:17 AM
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Thank you for you answer first of all.
I hadn't even really considered the meds because i hadn't showed any type of hairloss, and my doctors just said for me to ignore it for now, only to care about meds when and if i show hairloss, so i didn't research it sorry.
I might just wait until my 20's, seeing that everyone shares the same opinion, or look up an hairpiece, going to look for an hairpiece just for the temples if those exist, first time considering them aswell haha!

Thank you for your honest answer again, not quite mature true, just kind of desperate, sorry!

I'd definitely feel that way too if I was in your position man, truly sucks how something like a shitty hairline can be such a pain to every day life. I wouldn't put the transplant completely out of your mind either, even in your early twenties I'd consider it if you haven't progressed further and are willing to take finasteride to secure it and make sure you maintain the rest of your hair. It's just too much of a risk when you're that young and not on meds (and too young to take them atm).
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Old 05-16-2018, 07:39 AM
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The responses in this conversation thread shows the true value of this hair restoration website. I’m glad this 17 year old was able to reach out to many experienced recipients of hair transplants for candid advice and was mature enough to consider the advice. We all wish him luck and will be here for him down the road.
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