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The benefit I see is the fact that you know for sure that you are taking 1mg. The pill does not come scored so it is difficult to get a perfect 1/4. Not sure if the slight variation will make a difference long term.
I've been told that they've recently moved to a new Hospital with bigger and better rooms. My experience was great, also my brother had the same feeling. They did everything in time (transfers, surgeries,...) And was available all the time for any doubt we had.
As far as I know, there was 3 patients in the morning and 2 in the evening the same day we were there (I'm talking about surgeries where Dr. Cinik did the channels).
I can't say my HT is a success yet, I still have to wait 3-4 more months for that, but I felt confident with how they treated me.
I think as Dr Bloxham has pointed out donor management is one of the main differences between a no name clinic in Turkey and a reputable Doctor. I have seen a crazy amounts of grafts used to restore a hair-line on guys in there mid twenties on this site ,the pervading philosophy seems to be well I won't care about my hair when I'm 50 etc which is completely and utter nonsense if it bothers you enough to go through the hassle of a transplant when youre young take it from me it will bother you when you're older.
Just to add regarding my above post ,I have always advised going to a recommended clinic even though I did not,I was lucky, but no way I would do the same if I decide to have a second transplant
It is indeed a sad situation to break such bad news about the donor being depleted forever. What I find surprising is the number of times such patients are clueless about the finite nature of their donor. They often think that in few years they can come back and get it done. It just tells you what sort of consultation took place in such “shops”